Microsoft dedicated to Sony a 10-year agreement to ensure there Call of duty On PlayStation: A New York Times report revealed this, but the Japanese company declined to comment on it.
As you may remember, Phil Spencer made it clear a few days ago once and for all that Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation even if it isActivision Blizzard acquisition It should be successful, explicitly stating that it will not be necessary to subscribe to Xbox Game Pass and that it will be an original version of the game, not a streaming one.
According to the New York Times article, Sony would have limited itself to repeating the concept that Microsoft has a Long history of dominance market and that the possible completion of the acquisition of Activision will be a very negative event in terms of the options available to users, without going into details.
The deal is currently being scrutinized by international regulators, with the European Commission pushing back deadlines for a decision, which will be formalized on April 11, 2023, and the US antitrust which should instead voice its opinion by the end of this month.
Sony is trying to vehemently oppose Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard, hoping that veto-wielding committees can make a decision beneficial to the Japanese company.
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