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Locked [Console Games] Nintendo accepts Call of Duty's offer for 10 years, and Sony refuses.


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Microsoft has announced its commitment to release parts of the Call of Duty game on Nintendo devices as well as the Steam platform for a period of 10 years. Of course, this is in the event that you succeed in passing the acquisition of Activision Blizzard.


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Phil Spencer said through his Twitter account that Microsoft has entered into a 10-year commitment agreement to release the game on Nintendo platforms. He added that the company is committed to such agreements to bring the game to more players on different platforms.

And Spencer returned once again to confirm that they have the same commitment with the PC platform in the event that the acquisition deal is completed.

I'm also pleased to confirm Microsoft's commitment to continuing to offer Call of Duty on Steam at the same time it comes to Xbox now that we've completed our merger with Activision Blizzard King.

Of course, the current Nintendo Switch device cannot run the game with the required quality and accuracy, so we expect that this agreement will include the new generation of Nintendo platforms.

It is noteworthy that Microsoft made the same offer to Sony, but the latter rejected it outright. This refusal indicates Sony's lack of confidence in Microsoft's promises, especially as it sets a specific time period and is not open. This, of course, is what worries some antitrust regulators about approving the deal.

Microsoft, through an official statement to the New York Times, presented the ten-year offer for Call of Duty on PlayStation. On Monday, the company's president, Brad Smith, confirmed the offer with his own statement to the Wall Street Journal.

Smith said that Sony was the most prominent objector to the deal since it was announced. While Microsoft was very enthusiastic about it. He added that the main and potential anti-competitive risk that Sony raises is that Microsoft will stop making Call of Duty available on PlayStation platforms. But this would be irrational from an economic point of view.



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