It is informed that Call of Duty will launch three more games in PlayStation after the acquisition of Xbox
Xbox is acquiring Activision Blizzard, which means that it will soon be owner Obligations and the studies that do games. That said, Obligations still, it is reported, has a future in PlayStation, but it may not be for much longer. According to a new Bloomberg report, the following called the duty is new called duty: Modern War of Infinity Ward that will be launched this fall. According to reports, it will be available at PlayStation. Duty of duty 2023 is reported that it is a new game of coverts developer, Trey arch. Apparently, it will also be on the PlayStation consoles. In 2023, the next iteration of called duty: war zone according to reports, it will also be launched. It will also be at the PlayStation consoles, according to the report, and may be the last launch there, since the report notes that Xbox has not decided whether future deliveries beyond this will be launched in the PlayStation consoles.
The report also adds that Xbox is not sure if the annual releases will continue after this point, which would make sense if Xbox wants these studies to do other things. That said, the amount of money Obligations The impressions will be difficult to ignore. While resting plus the series could be positive in the long term for the franchise, it will be a lot of money to leave on the short-term table.
This is not where the report ends, but is where the most outstanding details end. That said, it is important to remember that what is here must be taken with tweezers.
Phil Spencer has already addressed this issue from the news of the acquisition, pointing out that he has the desire to keep Call of Duty in PlayStation, but as expected, Spencer did not provide any detail or committed to anything.
At the time of publication, none of the parties involved has commented on any of this. We do not anticipate this change, but if it does, we will update the story with what is given, pertinent or not. Meanwhile, for more coverage about all things Obligations, click here.