Call Of Duty will stay on PlayStation for a few more years

Call Of Duty will stay on PlayStation for a few more years
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Sony gets joint control for “a few more years”. Call of Duty with Microsoft.
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Good news PlayStation Call of Duty gamers: Microsoft says you’ll have a few more years to play the shoot-bang game on your Sony console.

according to The Vergeearlier this year, Microsoft’s Xbox boss Phil Spencer made such a commitment in a written letter to PlayStation boss Jim Ryan. Call of Duty If Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard is approved by regulators, the PlayStation storefront won’t be disappearing anytime soon.

“In January, we presented a signed contract to Sony to guarantee Call of Duty On PlayStation, with feature and content parity, at least a few years after the existing Sony deal, it’s a proposition that goes well beyond typical gaming industry deals,” said Xbox head Phil Spencer. The Verge.

While it’s unknown how long the “few more years” will last, PlayStation gamers have been dreading it COD franchise will be exclusive to Xbox alongside the likes of Bethesda’s upcoming space action-rpg, starfieldat least he can breathe easy for a little longer.

Back in January, Microsoft announced it was closing in on a $70 billion deal to buy Activision Blizzardthe publisher behind it overwatch, the devil, Call of Dutyand Candy Crush. Currently Microsoft disputes with legislators and regulatory groups around the world saying that his deal is above and beyond and won’t hurt the gaming industry.

Read more: Sony says Call Of Duty It is the ‘Core Game’ Series, even though Microsoft claims it isn’t

One such claim by the Xbox company was revealed in a report The New Zealand Trade Commission published in Junewhere the giant corporation states that “there is nothing unique about video games developed and published” by Activision, and that none of the games, including Call of Duty franchise were “must have” games for any competing game company or platform owner.

Shortly after Microsoft announced its purchase of Activision, Sony announced its plans to buy fate 2 Maker Bungie for $3.6 billion and It invested $1 billion in Epic Games. Sony’s investment in Epic Games marked the PlayStation company’s third recent spending spree. Acquired by Bluepoint Gamesthe studio behind the well-regarded PS5 Demon’s Souls remastered last year.

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