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Microsoft has confirmed that it will bring Call of Duty to the Nintendo platform for the next ten years.

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Microsoft Confirms Bringing Call of Duty To Nintendo Platforms Over The Next Decade / Europa Press.

Microsoft Confirms Bringing Call of Duty To Nintendo Platforms Over The Next Decade / Europa Press.

Xbox head and Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer has announced that Nintendo consoles will support Call Of Duty video games for the next decade.

In mid-January, Microsoft announced its intention to acquire the shooter’s developer, Activision Blizzard, for $68,700.

The deal is not fully completed as it is currently being investigated by various jurisdictional bodies. Among them are the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) and the European Commission (EC).

The investigation comes as the company behind Xbox’s main competitor, Sony, accuses Microsoft of a potential monopoly if it buys a video game developer. It’s for

One of the main sources of controversy in this rivalry is Activision Blizzard’s star franchise Call Of Duty, which Microsoft claims it will keep across all platforms if it acquires the “game” publisher. increase.

Now, Xbox executives have commented on Twitter that Microsoft has reached a 10-year deal. “Meanwhile, he’s committed to bringing Call of Duty to Nintendo after Microsoft merges with Activision Blizzard King.”

Meanwhile, Spencer confirmed that even after the company completes its merger with the video game developer, it is committed to continuing to offer the title on Steam alongside Xbox.

In this case, it’s worth mentioning that this collaboration was already announced a few months ago. Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, commented that he would like to bring the franchise to Nintendo Switch.

Source: Diario.Elmundo

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