Microsoft offers a contract for Call of Duty to stay this number of years in PlayStation

Currently, the purchase of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft continues its course, something that has cheered Xbox fans, but has also worried PlayStation followers. And it is that with this purchase, important franchises such as Call of Duty would be losing, although apparently the company does not care to remain present in Sony.

In a recent interview, the United States company told New York Times that they had offered Sony an agreement in which the COD saga would be available in its console for at least 10 years to some renewal. However, it seems that PlayStation rejected the proposal, since he mentioned nothing about it.


Apparently referring to the 10-year offer, the head of the Microsoft Games, Phil Spencer, told the podcast of The Verge the following:

I think this idea of writing a contract that says the word forever is a bit silly, but making a longer term commitment to which Sony would feel comfortable, that regulators would feel comfortable, I have no problem with that.

It is worth mentioning that the United Kingdom regulatory body commented at the time that Call of Duty is important enough to lose access to it, which could significantly affect Sony in income and user base.

Remember that the Blizzard Activision Purchase Agreement has not yet concluded.

Via: NGC

Editor’s note: It seems that the tantrum by Call of Duty does not end, the truth, it is better that the treatment is closed so that we change the subject. It will already depend on whether to sign so that the series remains in PlayStation.