Call of Duty now belongs to Microsoft, but is initially retained PS5

Call of Duty now belongs to Microsoft, but is initially retained PS5

According to the industry insider Tom Henderson , we will see until 2025 or 2026 Call-of-Duty on the PlayStation 5 . Henderson announced this on his Twitter profile. Here Henderson commented on the current marketing deal between Sony and Activision. According to him, the deal should still apply to the next three call-of-duty titles. These would be Modern Warfare 2, Warzone 2 and a call-of-duty title from Trey Arch . Accordingly, Call-of-Duty could become an important marketing partner for PlayStation 5 in the next few years. What exactly this means for the new PS Plus or the Xbox game pass is currently not known.

Call of Duty on the PS5

Since the purchase of Activision Blizzard through Microsoft, there have always been rumors and reports on the exclusivity of numerous brands of the controversial company. One of the strongest brands in Activision is undoubtedly the call-of-duty series. Henderson’s statements confirm the Bloomberg report, which we had reported on at the beginning of the year.

According to Bloomberg, three more call-of-duty titles for the PlayStation 5 are also to be launched. Xbox boss Phil Spencer at the time announced that previously existing agreements would be respected. Accordingly, the signs are condensed that the next three code titles will also appear on Sony’s flagship. However, this is not a “friendly gesture” towards the competitor of Microsoft.

The acquisition of Activision Blizzard is currently faced with the possible accusation of presenting a monopoly. Accordingly, it should certainly be in the interests of Microsoft, such allegations can be avoided as much as possible. One of the world’s largest shooter brands exclusively for the PC and the Xbox Series consoles would not be the most intelligent move.

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It is currently difficult to foreseen what it looks like with the franchise beyond the next three titles. In the meantime, fans are looking forward to the second modern warfare remake, which on 28. October 2022 comes onto the market. In the meantime, Activision Blizzard not only draws attention to itself with the already known controversy in terms of abuse and sexism, but also through a questionable diversity tool.

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