For all Call of Duty fans, who prefer to gamble on Sony consoles, there are now good news: The shooter will also appear on the PlayStation in the future according to a statement of the Xbox boss. Having known that Microsoft wants to buy the Publisher Activision Blizzard, fans have feared, the series could be reserved in the future of the Xbox.
COD remains on the PlayStation
It’s about it: Storing $70 billion should cost the acquisition of Activision Blizzard Microsoft. Of course, the question arises as the company will move with the purchased brands, including Call of Duty. So all franchises will be Xbox-exclusive in the future? No. As far as the popular shooter is concerned, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has now found clear words.
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Spencer divides on Twitter:
I had good discussions this week with executives of Sony. I have confirmed that we have the intention of respecting all existing agreements also beyond the acquisition of Activision Blizzard and wish us that Call of Duty stays on the PlayStation. Sony is an important part of the industry, and we value our relationship.
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Here you can see a trailer for Season 1 Vocals of Duty Vanguard:
This remains true to the Xbox boss of his line. He had previously entrusted Bloomberg that he had no communities of Sony platforms wool. If the statement sounded a reasonably vague, now at least in terms of Call of Duty for fans there is certainty. What other brands are concerned, however, we still have to wait for concrete statements.
Molly no annual releases
Another interesting point is that the annual release interval of the franchise, according to a Bloomberg report, is currently knocked on meaningfulness. The article says high-ranking employees would consider stretching the periods of time.
The developers believe that the community was Gut tun, just after the weak start of Vanguard. In addition, longer development periods could relieve the team. However, this year, how Bloomberg, will most likely remain the old one.
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