Call of duty can be the key to bring Xbox Game Pass for him Play Station. Microsoft has stated that it will honor the commitments Activision has made to Sony, but after 2023, the situation may change and it will open up many possible scenarios for what remains one of the best-selling games of all time.
Brief Summary: Activision Blizzard has joined Xbox Game Studios, as part of a nearly $70 billion process that will be completed in the coming months, and PlayStation users have been rightly concerned that Call of Duty will becomeXbox Exclusive.
To please the spirits, Phil Spencer himself has confirmed that Call of Duty will also continue to be available on PlayStation, although according to some rumors, the current agreement between Activision and Sony will see the franchise PS5 e PS4 At least until 2023. In short, two new and most popular episodes will be about Warzone 2.
What will happen next? Here begins the interesting part of the speech, because the possibilities are many. On the other hand, there is a perfectly possible and legitimate intention to do so Pay huge investment From the acquisition to making the brand exclusive, and thus asking millions of Call of Duty fans to sign up for Xbox Game Pass to keep playing.
On the other hand, there is an inevitable attraction towards takeovers The Activision series produces and will continue to produce them each year, generating profit for Microsoft which at this point would behave like any other cross-platform publisher, at least from a product viewpoint. Nothing new: It has already happened for years with this blockbuster movie of the name Maine Craft.
However, there is a third option that appears somewhat like a combination of the two hypotheses presented so far: Call of Duty could remain available on PlayStation as long as Sony agrees to bring Xbox Game Pass to its platform. The veto so far is only ideological, if you think about it: for access Play EA There were no problems and the same may happen with Ubisoft +.
We know that Phil Spencer wants to bring Xbox Game Pass to PlayStation and Nintendo Switch, and that the overall goal of Microsoft’s gaming division is to focus on services rather than hardware, and make them available on as many platforms as possible.
In the end, the only possible contraindication regarding landing Game Pass on Sony consoles will be entirely Xbox responsibility, since it is clear that owning the console from the house of Redmond at this point would become almost superfluous and make the PS5 the Final podium, with all of the extraordinary exclusives from Sony and Microsoft and many more third-party games in the catalog.
How do you think things will go? Will Call of Duty remain unconditional on PlayStation? Or will Microsoft really make it an Xbox exclusive once existing deals expire? Let’s talk about.
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