Microsoft confirms: Call of Duty will stay on PlayStation for years to come

Since Microsoft acquired Activision Blizzard last January, the future of the Call of Duty franchise has been hanging in the balance on the PlayStation.

But once again, Microsoft wants to be reassuring. In a press release relayed by the American site The Vergewe learn that the next installments of the franchise will indeed be available on Sony consoles.

In January, we provided a signed agreement to Sony to guarantee Call of Duty on PlayStation, with feature and content parity, for at least several more years beyond Sony’s current contract, an offer that goes well beyond beyond typical gaming industry agreements“, announces Phil Spencer, the boss of Xbox.

In the years to come, Call of Duty will therefore continue to appear on several platforms, in the manner of Minecraft, another property of Microsoft, available on many supports. But that doesn’t mean the juicy franchise won’t eventually be exclusive to Microsoft consoles. After all, the Redmond firm spent $68.7 billion to buy Activision, and a possible exclusivity would be rather logical.

But we are not there yet.

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