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Microsoft Offers Call of Duty to Stay on PlayStation for 10 Years

Speaking to The Verge last week, Xbox boss Phil Spencer also stated that they are ready to make concessions for this.

It wouldn’t be wrong to say that the gaming industry has been mixed a lot after Microsoft acquired Activision Blizzard for a record price.  So much so that the ongoing inquiries by the British Competition Authority also express the concern about the impact of this agreement on the industry.


All this aside, Xbox boss Phil Spencer; Although Call of Duty, one of the main arteries of PlayStation, has signed a contract that it can return to PlayStation a few years after the agreement between Activision and Sony, as it can be seen, the efforts are not enough.

As a matter of fact, Phil Spencer stated that they took a step in this regard and officially announced that they took an offer to PlayStation last week.

Offers are flying in the air to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation!

Speaking to the New York Times, Phil Spencer stated that on November 11, he made an offer for Call of Duty to stay on PlayStation for 10 years. Sony, on the other hand, did not make a positive or negative comment about this development.

Spencer underlined that it is important that the Call of Duty brand stays with Sony as long as the players want it, while also saying that they will not place any losers in a possible long-term commitment.

The agreement, which is still under scrutiny by institutions of various countries, is expected to be ratified by Serbia after Saudi Arabia and Brazil.



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