10-Year Deal Between Microsoft And Sony Only Covers Call Of Duty

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On Sunday, it was announced that Microsoft and Sony had agreed on a 10-year deal to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation consoles. According to a new report, however, that deal only extends to Call of Duty and nothing more.

After reaching out to Xbox, The Verge was told that the deal would keep Call of Duty on PlayStation consoles for the foreseeable future. What the agreement doesn’t cover is any other Activision Blizzard game that comes out after the purchase of the company is completed by Microsoft.

The signed deal is similar to what was signed by Nintendo back in February. What it’s not similar to is the deal signed with Nvidia that would bring other Activision Blizzard titles to the GeForce Now cloud service in addition to Call of Duty.

That means the deal that was agreed to was different than the first one offered to Sony back in January 2022. That deal would’ve kept “all existing Activision console titles on Sony, including future versions in the Call of Duty franchise or any other current Activision franchise on Sony through December 31, 2027”.

Are you surprised Sony signed a deal with Microsoft that would only guarantee Call of Duty on PlayStation and not other Activision Blizzard games? For more Insider Gaming, check out the latest leaks for Modern Warfare 3.

  1. Microsoft shouldn’t give Sony a damn thing due to Sony’s behavior during this whole thing. Square-Enix and Capcom have no spine by constantly making monopoly agreements with Sony to keep their games off XBox. None of this affects me though, PC master race, my PC makes consoles pointless (i9 13900K + 4090, I can 8K game with full settings at 60+ FPS.) lol

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