Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment said it would no longer sell.

Jason Kilar, CEO of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, said in a press release Friday that the company may not sell again,media reported. It follows rumours that the holding company, AT.T., is planning to sell it for about $4 billion, with big publishers such as Microsoft, EA, Activision Blizzard and Take-Two all likely interested in the deal.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment said it would no longer sell.

But it seems doubtful that Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment may release several blockbuster games in the coming years, such as “Suicide Squad” from Rocksteady, “Harry Potter” games being developed by Avalanche Software, “Back 4 Blood” in the zombie design game developed at Turtle Rock Studios, and LEGO from Traveler Tales. Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, etc.