Xbox executive contacted PlayStation regarding Call of Duty


After buying Activision Blizzard, Phil Spencer, Xbox executive contacted Jim Ryan to reassure him. Since Xbox bought Activision Blizzard, the concept that Call of Duty could exclusively be played on Xbox has been a hot topic. Microsoft has said almost every time that it doesn’t want COD to be exclusive to Xbox, even going so far as to say that it wouldn’t be good for Xbox..

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What new information is there?

The Verge was able to talk to Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox. Call of Duty will appear on PlayStation platforms “many years after” Sony and Activision Blizzard’s agrees. A letter to PlayStation’s Jim Ryan was based on what Xbox’s management mentioned.

Phil Spencer said, “In January, I gave a written agreement to Sony guaranteeing Call of Duty on PlayStation with the same features and game content, at least for a few years after the agreements were made with Sony.” The Xbox manager has not been shy about praising the unusual nature of this promise, which he says “goes beyond the typical agreements in the video game industry.”

Previously, there was discussion that everything would continue as usual for “a couple of years”. However, Microsoft hasn’t indicated how long Sony and Activision’s commitment will remain.

Call of Duty available on Xbox Game Pass

Call of Duty and other Activision Blizzard titles, like Overwatch and Diablo, are coming to Xbox Game Pass. The deal to acquire Activision Blizzard by Xbox has not yet concluded. In recent days, the UK has suggested that Xbox look considering buying Activision Blizzard.

Xbox COD

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2022)

PC , PS4 , PS5 , XSeries , XOne (Action, First Person (FPS)/Infinity Ward)

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