Microsoft has assured that it will maintain the popular Call of Duty war video game saga in the console ecosystem of PlayStation in the future, after acquiring its developer, ActivisionBlizzard.
This has been stated on his Twitter account by Phil Spencer, the director of Xbox, Microsoft’s video game unit, given the possibility that one of Activision Blizzard’s most important sagas would become exclusive to Xbox or Windows PC.
After maintaining contacts with Sony, the parent company of PlayStation, Spencer has stated his intention to “comply with all existing agreements” after the acquisition of the Activision Blizzard studio.
Among the agreements to which he has referred, the top executive of Xbox has wanted to make clear his desire to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation. “Sony is an important part of our industry and we value our relationship,” Spencer added.
This decision was made known after the purchase of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft was announced, worth 68.7 billion dollars, which is the largest acquisition in the history of the video game sector, and which will make the seal grow. Xbox Game Studios to nearly 40 internal development studios.
The statements also come after Sony assured that it expected Microsoft to maintain the multiplatform format of games developed and published by Activision Blizzard so that PlayStation users can continue playing their titles.