BY JAMES SCOTT/ JULY 17, 2023

The 'Binding Agreement' That Will Keep Call of Duty on Playstation Was Revealed By Phil Spencer

Microsoft emerged victorious after the lengthy and contentious court struggle against the Federal Trade Commission. It eliminated what can be regarded as the final significant obstacle in acquiring Activision Blizzard.

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While there is still a battle to be fought with the Competition and Markets Authority in the UK, Microsoft and Xbox are winning.

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Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, made his way onto the newswire just a few minutes ago and revealed an all-new binding deal between Microsoft and PlayStation to assure that Call of Duty will continue to be available on PlayStation.

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Although it is not immediately clear whether it is a ten-year arrangement – similar to those linked with Nintendo some time ago – or a permanent offering, it is unquestionably a move in the right direction.

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The possibility that Microsoft may possess some of the most successful franchises in the gaming industry, most notably Call of Duty and that it would have the ability to remove the series off PlayStation's platforms was one of the most significant concerns over this record-setting $69 billion acquisition for a considerable amount of time.

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Phil Spencer talked in a self-assured manner as he discussed signing this historic agreement 'after the acquisition of Activision Blizzard.' Therefore, in his head, the matter is already settled.

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