Phil Spencer wrote to PlayStation to ensure that its users will not run out of Call of Duty

PlayStation players can be calm at the moment. They will have their ration of Call of Duty in the coming years, even after the purchXboxe of Blizzard Activision by Redmond’s part. It hXbox been made public that Phil Spencer, top president of the Xbox Division, wrote in January a letter to Jim Ryan of PlayStation to confirm that the games of the saga will continue to be launched on PS5 and PS4.

This agreement Xboxsured that the successful FPS would be available on PlayStation consoles until 2024. Sony’s concern, expressed publicly, attended to what could happen thereafter, after the purchXboxe of Blizzard Activision by Microsoft. In January, we provided an agreement signed to Sony to guarantee Call of Duty in PlayStation, with parity of characteristics and content, for at leXboxt several years beyond the current Sony contract, an offer that goes far beyond the typical agreements of the industry.

There is no guarantee substitute for Call of Duty


In Xbox they were aware that withdrawing the popular franchise of Sony consoles, in which it is often located among the best-selling titles year after year, would mean renouncing an important part of the income it generates constantly . There were doubts in the Redmon company about whether to have exclusive the franchise would cause the transfer of players to Xbox above those losses. Finally, it seems that the situation hXbox been chosen in a way that makes all parties satisfied.

Modern Warfare 2 and the new Warzone: a new stage for the saga

On September 15, a streaming will take place in which those responsible for the new delivery will reveal their plans for the future. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is a direct sequel to the 2019 title and will be put on sale on October 28 on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One. For its part, one of the strong plates of the year is Warzone 2.0, a renewed and ambitious version of Battle Royale , is also imminent; The lXboxt filtration points to November 16.