Microsoft is committed to preserving files Call of duty on PlayStation “for several more years” after Sony’s current marketing deal with Activision. Microsoft Gaming CEO and Xbox President Phil Spencer vowed in a letter written to PlayStation president Jim Ryan earlier this year, and it’s the clearest sign yet of that. Call of duty It won’t suddenly disappear from PlayStation platforms then Microsoft deal $68.7 billion Approved by the regulators.
“In January, we submitted a signed agreement with Sony to ensure this Call of duty on PlayStation, with features and content equal, for at least several more years beyond Sony’s current contract, an offering that goes beyond typical game industry conventions,” Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer said in a statement to the edge.
Exactly how many years? Call of duty Guaranteed on PlayStation is still not entirely clear, but Bloomberg Originally mentioned Earlier this year, Microsoft committed to releasing it Call of duty on PlayStation “for at least the next two years,” suggesting Sony’s marketing deal for the franchise could expire in 2024. Then Microsoft Publicly committed in February to save Call of duty Available on PlayStation after the present agreement and in the future.
Call of duty Fans are still arguing over whether Microsoft could technically make the game an Xbox exclusive if the Activision Blizzard deal was finalized. Microsoft’s latest statement doesn’t address what happens after those “many more years”, but the company is clearly ready for warranty Call of duty on PlayStation for longer than usual.
Part of that commitment will be to ease concerns from regulators who are analyzing Microsoft’s $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard. lawyers Sony and Microsoft have been arguing about the importance of Call of duty In the documents submitted to the regulator of the Administrative Council for Economic Defense of Brazil (CADE), it is clearly a sticking point.
Sony claims that it will be difficult for other developers to create a franchise that rivals Activision Call of duty And it stands out as a “game category in its own right”. Microsoft argues that it is not as important as its competition. Actually somewhere in the middle. Microsoft also argued in these documents for CADE not to distribute games like Call of duty In competing console stores, the company “simply will not be profitable”.
Microsoft says the strategy of not distributing Activision Blizzard games to competing consoles will be profitable only if the games can attract a large number of players to the Xbox ecosystem, generating revenue to offset losses from not selling those games on competing consoles.
Concerns about Xbox exclusives for Call of duty It has also been ignited after Microsoft acquired Bethesda last year. Microsoft has promised to keep existing contractual agreements with Sony for Deathloop on PlayStation but kept making it Redvale And the starfield Xbox and PC exclusive.
Call of duty Competition concerns have also played a large role in the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). Move to investigate Microsoft Activision Blizzard deal Closer. The CMA is moving to a Phase 2 investigation which will see the appointment of an independent panel to determine whether Microsoft’s control of games like Call of duty And the world of cans It can harm competitors.
fight over Call of duty Between the Xbox and PlayStation has been around for as long as the franchise has been around. Sony is famous for securing a deal More Call of duty Downloadable content for PlayStation fans in 2015, after Xbox was the traditional home of Call of duty. This fight will surely continue while Microsoft and Sony lawyers continue to argue over it Call of dutyand regulators are trying to determine how important it really is.
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