Microsoft wants to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo platforms

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Phil Spencer surprised the gaming world today with an interesting one tweet. He announced that Microsoft will release the Call of Duty series of games on Nintendo for 10 years after acquiring Activision Blizzard. It sounds like this has been going on for weeks in the gaming world.

“Microsoft is committed to bringing more games to more people, regardless of how they choose to play,” said Spencer. He also confirmed that Call of Duty will continue to release for Steam “simultaneously” even after Blizzard’s acquisition of Activision is complete.

Spencer is probably less concerned with convincing the Switch community of Call of Duty. Microsoft is putting itself in a better argumentative position for the ongoing adoption reviews in many countries. A core argument from the competition was that Microsoft would create a monopoly with this acquisition. Checked that out last week 10-year offer to Sonyso now Nintendo and Steam are also following suit.

Tenor: Call of Duty stays at home everywhere, even though Activision Blizzard is owned by Microsoft. There are no serious drawbacks for anyone involved. This is an important starting point for the further course. Authorities in Europe and Britain, among others, had previously expressed concerns about the takeover and asked for a further investigation.

How Spencer ultimately fulfills the promise to Nintendo remains to be seen. However, it’s not like Call of Duty and Nintendo haven’t come together yet. The Nintendo Wii and Wii U each received a few offshoots of the series.

Artwork: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Activity

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