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Microsoft Gaming Executive: Had a friendly call with Sony management

via:凤凰网科技     time:2022/1/21 9:01:54     readed:185



On January 21, Beijing time, Microsoft game director Phil Spencer confirmed on Thursday that Call of Duty will not leave the Sony PlayStation console after the completion of the company's acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

Gamers are worried that after Microsoft's acquisition of Activision, Call of Duty will leave sony PlayStation consoles to become an Xbox exclusive game.After all, Microsoft spent $68.7 billion on the big deal to bring Activision's game portfolio to its streaming subscription service, Xbox Game Pass. Still, Phil Spencer, Microsoft's head of games, reassured players. "Activision Blizzard's games are popular on a variety of platforms," Spencer said, "and we plan to continue to support these communities to move forward." ”


Spencer confirmed that Call of Duty would remain on the PS platform

Spencer also said on Twitter that he had a good phone call with Sony management this week. "I confirm that we intend to comply with all existing agreements following the acquisition of Activision and want to keep Call of Duty on the PlayStation platform. Sony is an important part of our industry and we value our relationship. He said. (Author/Zhenyu)

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