Xbox Cheif Is Open To Have Long-Term Commitment With Sony
Xbox chief indicates he may be willing to make agreements!
The rumors regarding whether Microsoft will let Call of Duty games on PlayStation have been roaming for a while. Just after the deal of Microsoft taking over the giant Activision blizzard for $68.7 billion, fans have constantly been asking whether Call of Duty will be available on Playstation. Microsoft’s Xbox chief Phil Spencer has finally settled the debate.
Phil Spencer, the CEO of Microsoft gaming, in his latest podcast to The Verge, said he’s open to a longer-term commitment with Sony.
This idea that we would write a contract that says the word forever in it I think is a little bit silly, but to make a longer term commitment that Sony would be comfortable with, regulators would be comfortable with, I have no issue with that at all.
Microsoft's Xbox chief has settled the Call of Duty on PlayStation debate once and for all. Appearing on The Verge's Decoder podcast, Spencer says he's open to "a longer term commitment that Sony would be comfortable with." Full details here: https://t.co/vqJLEFKEappic.twitter.com/of1t42LhKO
He further said PlayStation would not need Xbox Game Pass on its platform. It’s not about its intention to acquire Xbox Game Pass on Sony’s Platform. Phil Spencer further said there would be no strings attached. Call of duty will be on PlayStation without requiring Xbox Game Pass on the Sony Platform.
Sony does not have to take Game Pass on their platform to make that happen.
Phil Spencer also said that Microsoft has been counting on revenues from the Activision blizzard games on PlayStation. If they pull off Call of Duty from the PlayStation platform, they will put their revenue at risk.
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