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Head of Xbox Phil Spencer told how long he plans to release Call of Duty on the PlayStation after buying Activision Blizzard


In the event of a successful takeover of the publishing house Activision Blizzard corporation Microsoft plans to continue releasing shooters from the series Call of Duty on consoles PlayStation as long as these consoles remain on the market. Famous franchise for sure will not be exclusive to family systems Xbox and PCemphasized Phil Spencer.

“We are not going to separate Call of Duty and PlayStation, there is no such task. Our goal is completely opposite. As long as the PlayStation exists, as long as games can be released on these consoles, Call of Duty will be released on the PlayStation. The situation is similar to Minecraft, which we also own.

In the case of Minecraft, we did not limit the availability of the project on any platforms, but rather expanded their coverage. And it was the right decision, including for the fans of the game themselves. Thinking about the future of Call of Duty, our team wants to repeat this development model,” said Phil Spencer.

Recall that the fate of Call of Duty on PlayStation consoles main point of contention multibillion dollar deal. Despite Microsoft’s numerous claims that the shooter series will remain multi-platform, Sony representatives express doubts about this and bring them to the antitrust authorities.

Earlier today it became known that the launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II was a record.


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