Microsoft is committed to keeping Call of Duty on PlayStation “for several more years” following Sony’s current sale deal with Activision.
As Microsoft Gaming CEO and Head of Xbox Phil Spencer pledged in a letter written to PlayStation chief Jim Ryan earlier this year, it’s the clearest sign yet that Call of Duty won’t suddenly disappear from PlayStation platforms if Microsoft’s 68.7 deal is approved. Billion dollar.
Call of Duty will be available with all its parts from Activision on PlayStation and Xbox
The number of years that Call of Duty is guaranteed on PlayStation is still not entirely clear, but the site Bloomberg Earlier this year, Microsoft was committed to releasing Call of Duty on PlayStation.For at least two years.
Then Microsoft publicly committed in February to keeping Call of DutyAvailable on PlayStation after the current agreement and in the future.
Call of Duty fans are still arguing over whether Microsoft could technically make the game an Xbox exclusive if the Activision Blizzard deal is finalized.
Microsoft’s latest statement does not address what happens after the warranty period expires, but it is clear that the company is ready to guarantee Call of Duty on PlayStation for a longer period of time than usual.
Microsoft says that the strategy of not distributing Activision Blizzard games to competing consoles will only be profitable if the games can attract a large number of players to the Xbox system, resulting in revenue to offset losses from not selling those games to competing consoles.