Bobby Kotick will leave Activision on December 29, but Microsoft will make even more changes in the management of Activision Blizzard and other XBOX studios. This was reported by The Verge.

Microsoft has not yet announced a replacement for Bobby Kotick, but the company has announced that Activision Blizzard executives, including Blizzard President Mike Ibarra, Activision Publishing President Rob Kostich, and Activision Blizzard Vice Chairman Thomas Tipple, are moving under the leadership of Microsoft’s President of Game Content and Studios Matt Booty.

For the most part, Activision Blizzard’s management will remain in their positions, but some will follow Kotick. Activision Blizzard’s chief communications officer Lulu Meservi will leave the company at the end of January, and Blizzard and King’s deputy chairman Humam Sahnini will leave at the end of December.

A number of other people from the company’s management will also leave in March next year. Phill Spencer, chairman of XBOX, said that they will now help companies make the transition to new leadership as easy as possible.

“For most of you, your day-to-day work will remain the same—it’s still business as usual in bringing more groundbreaking experiences to more players around the world. At the leadership level, these changes will provide the clarity and accountability that is necessary to achieve our ambitious goals and foster a culture that is welcoming, empowering, and committed to Gaming for Everyone,” Phill Spencer wrote in a letter to company employees.

However, personnel changes have also affected other studios owned by Microsoft. Thus, ZeniMax and Bethesda will be managed by Jill Braff, who will be in charge of the development departments. Jamie Leder will remain as CEO of ZeniMax/Bethesda, reporting to Matt Booty, and will continue to support the ongoing integration work.