This week has occurred the one that is probably the most important news in the recent history of video games, with purchase of Activision Blizzard by Xbox, for about 70,000 million dollars . A movement that has put many unknowns about what will happen with the video games of the publisher and, especially, what will happen to the Call of Duty saga in the future, since it has always been linked especially with the PlayStation community.
Regarding that question, many speculations have been produced, but now we know what they are going to do from Microsoft with the Call of Duty Saga ; At least initially. Phil Spencer, head of the Xbox division, has published in a toot his intentions that the first-person Shooters' license continues to reach consoles PlayStation in the future, as you can see below.
I have good meetings with Sony's leaders, I have confirmed our intention to honor existing agreements from the acquisition of Activision Blizzard, and Our desire to maintain Call of Duty at PlayStation . Sony is an important part in our industry And we value our relationship with them, says Spencer.
In this way, it is confirmed that the Call of Duty saga in PlayStation is not over danger, although it is expected that XBOX users can have certain privileges, in the form of LCS with temporary exclusivity; In addition to the simultaneous arrival at Xbox Game Pass.