Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation
Phil Spencer, chief VP of gaming at Microsoft, tweeted that Xbox will “honor every current arrangement” concerning Activision Blizzard titles that are now multiplatform. Spencer explicitly noticed that Microsoft desires to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation, however his remarks are prominently vague.
Early this week, Microsoft reported its goals to secure Activision Blizzard for almost $70 billion. This securing news came following quite a while of debate encompassing Activision-Blizzard’s poisonous work rehearses. This arrangement would imply that notorious IPs like Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, and, surprisingly, The Lost Vikings will fall under the responsibility for.
That raises questions with regards to support stages, as the Call of Duty series is accessible on both Xbox and PlayStation consoles. With Microsoft securing the organization, many individuals were pondering where this leaves Activision Blizzard games that can be tracked down on Sony’s group of control center. Spencer’s remarks address those worry — to a certain degree.
Spencer apparently affirms that Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation, notwithstanding, his cautious phrasing prompts more inquiries. Spencer saying that Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation might actually imply that Microsoft won’t eliminate Call of Duty games, similar to Call of Duty: Warzone, found on the PlayStation Store. It doesn’t affirm assuming future games will stay on the control center.
The tweet singles out the Call of Duty series, however doesn’t specify some other multiplatform games from Activision Blizzard, similar to the Diablo and Tony Hawk series. That should have been visible as a sign that Call of Duty’s Sony support will not stretch out to different establishments.
On the off chance that the past is any sign, closely involved individuals could take a gander at how Microsoft is dealing with Bethesda to find the responses they are searching for. At the point when Microsoft gained ZeniMax Media, Spencer expressed that a few games will in any case be on PlayStation. It was subsequently uncovered that Starfield and Elders Scroll VI would be console special features for the Xbox family. This could be the future for Activision Blizzard games, where games with existing responsibilities to Sony will emerge on PlayStation, yet everything after that will not.