Call Of Duty Will Continue Releasing On PlayStation, Phil Spencer Says

If you’ve been won­der­ing if Activi­sion Bliz­zard’s major Call of Duty fran­chise would be head­ing to PlaySta­tion in the future, fret no more. Microsoft Gam­ing CEO Phil Spencer announced just days after the shock­ing news that the Activi­sion Bliz­zard acqui­si­tion won’t effect Call of Duty com­ing to PlaySta­tion, answer­ing one of the biggest ques­tions gamers had.

Spencer sent a tweet out, say­ing Microsoft intends to “hon­or all exist­ing agree­ments upon acqui­si­tion of Activi­sion Bliz­zard and our desire to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation.”

The obvi­ous ques­tion that arose when the news of the acqui­si­tion broke was if Call of Duty would be exclu­sive of not. Spencer has cleared this up–at least for the time being. It could also be pos­si­ble that some, but not all, Call of Duty titles will come to PlaySta­tion. It’s also unknown if this annu­al game will be added to Xbox Game Pass, or when the old­er Call of Duty games will be head­ing to the sub­scrip­tion service.

Microsoft can do what­ev­er they want with the Call of Duty rights, includ­ing mak­ing the game exclu­sive. How­ev­er, that would go against the phi­los­o­phy of Spencer’s for the last sev­er­al years. Microsoft pur­chased Mojang Stu­dios a while back, yet Minecraft still gets reg­u­lar sup­port, as well as spin-off games on PlaySta­tion and Nin­ten­do systems.

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