Microsoft commits to 10 years of Call of Duty on Nintendo
This could bring Call of Duty back to Nintendo consoles for the first time in a decade.
Microsoft revealed it will fully support Nintendo consoles with Call of Duty games for 10 years this week.
Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, shared news of the company’s new commitment on Twitter. In addition to Nintendo, Microsoft committed to offering Call of Duty to PC gamers through Steam in the future.
Since then, Nintendo gamers haven’t been able to join the Call of Duty community.
Xbox already addressed previous concerns about the Call of Duty franchise leaving PlayStation consoles once the deal is done.
The company recently committed to 10 years of Call of Duty on PlayStation consoles.
It is believed that the PlayStation and Nintendo announcements are meant to appease regulators. While we don’t know exactly if these commitments will make regulators happy, it certainly helps Xbox’s case.
Xbox could make a major power play if it limited Activision Blizzard games to Xbox consoles after the acquisition. But for now, it doesn’t look like that’s Xbox’s plan for the future.
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