Activision Stock Joins EA in Hitting All-Time High

Let the good times roll.


Call of Duty and World of Warcraft mega-publisher Activision Blizzard is cruising.

The video game publishing giant's share price reached an all-time high recently of just above $26 a share--and some experts are optimistic about the company's potential to grow even further.

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Another video game company whose share price reached an all-time high recently was Electronic Arts, whose stock value doubled in the past twelve months.

Activision has a number of projects currently in the development that investors may be looking forward to. These include Destiny's Taken King expansion (September), Skylanders: Superchargers (September), and Call of Duty: Black Ops III (November). On the Blizzard side, the company just this week announced that preorders opened for Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void; the game is scheduled to release this winter.

It won't be long until we learn more about Activision Blizzard's financial performance, as the company will report earnings for its latest financial quarter on August 4.

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