Microsoft promises Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation for ‘several years’

Microsoft promises Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation for ‘several years’
Microsoft promises Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation for ‘several years’

Microsoft has been in the process of acquiring Activision Blizzard since early this year. However, the deal has still not been approved, because there are doubts about a possible monopoly position for the American publisher. The Call of Duty games in particular would be a reason for many players to ignore Sony’s consoles.

But according to Phil Spencer, the big boss of Xbox, there is no need to worry at all. Spencer has written a letter to Jim Ryan, the CEO of PlayStation, with the promise that the Call of Duty games will appear on the competitor’s consoles for at least several more years. Spencer explains that to The Verge.

Call of Duty Free on Game Pass

One reason why it is becoming more attractive for players to switch to the Xbox consoles for Call of Duty is the Game Pass. Last week, Microsoft announced that the games will be free to play for subscribers when the deal with Activision Blizzard is finalized.

Not only those games from the publisher will appear on the Game Pass. Titles such as Diablo and Overwatch will also make their appearance on the service. The same thing happened to Bethesda’s games before, when that publisher was acquired by Microsoft.

The article is in Dutch

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