Microsoft Signs 10-Year Deal To Bring Call Of Duty To Nintendo

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Microsoft has actually authorized a binding 10-year lawful arrangement with Nintendo to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo gamers, assuming the firm’s gigantic $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard is authorized. 

Since the procurement news in 2014, Microsoft has actually been trying to verify to federal government firms like the U.S.’ Federal Trade Commission that this procurement does not fall under any type of monopolistic task as well as would certainly not damage rivals like PlayStation. However, Microsoft has actually had a bit of a rough go at it. To counter, however, the firm has actually been aggressive in trying to obtain the greenlight from the FTC, reaching encouraging PlayStation that Call of Duty games will continue to come to Sony’s consoles as well as agreeing to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo hardware

Now, Microsoft head of state as well as vice chair Brad Smith has actually revealed on Twitter that Microsoft has actually officially authorized a legitimately binding 10-year arrangement with Nintendo to bring Call of Duty games to Nintendo gamers. Here’s the declaration Smith launched in behalf of Microsoft, completely: 

“Microsoft and Nintendo have now negotiated and signed a binding 10-year legal agreement to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo players – the same day as Xbox, with full feature and content parity – so they can experience Call of Duty just as Xbox and PlayStation gamers enjoy Call of Duty. We are committed to providing long term equal access to Call of Duty to other gaming platforms, bringing more choice to more players and more competition to the gaming market.” 

Many have actually currently started to hypothesize just how Activision Blizzard will certainly bring Call of Duty games to Nintendo gaming consoles, which are typically a lot less effective than current-gen Xbox as well as PlayStation gaming consoles, with “full feature and content parity.” 

If I needed to presume, Call of Duty will likely go the course of cloud video gaming seen on the Switch, unless Nintendo’s following console is readied to be a considerably much more effective item of equipment. Only time will certainly inform. 

In the meanwhile, read Game Informer’s ideas on the current Call of Duty in our Modern Warfare II review

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