Call Of Duty stays on both PlayStation and Xbox, it’s official now!

Call Of Duty stays on both PlayStation and Xbox, it’s official now!

Phil Spencer (head of the Xbox department) announced this a few minutes ago with a surprising announcement via his Twitter profile Sony has finally agreed to sign an agreement that will define the Call Of Duty franchise will continue to appear on PlayStation family consoles.

An agreement between the two companies that had been in limbo for some time However, Sony declined to sign it, saying Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision was still subject to the decisions of the various antitrust authorities. Therefore, it is evident that after the events of the last few days, Sony has chosen to accept Microsoft’s terms and not risk losing an important series of the likes of Call Of Duty.

At the moment No further details about the deal were released Therefore, we cannot tell you if it will last for ten years (like the first one proposed to Sony by Microsoft or the one signed by Nintendo) or if it will guarantee access to all the additional content that will be released for the future series title from Call Of Duty.

“We are pleased to announce that Microsoft and PlayStation have signed a binding agreement to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation following the acquisition of Activision Blizzard. We look forward to a future where gamers around the world have more choices about where to play their favorite games.”

Also significant is the sudden change of course by Sony, which we remind you has strongly opposed to this multi-billion dollar acquisition in view of the agreement on the Call Of Duty series another obvious sign that the deal is about to close between Microsoft and Activision.

However, after the appeals court denied the FTC’s motions, e.g the injunction relating to the merger has expiredThere are no other obstacles preventing the two companies from completing one of the most important mergers in video gaming history.

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