Microsoft Confirms it Offered Sony Deal to Keep Call of Duty on PlayStation for 10 Years - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 06 December 2022 / 2,136 Views
Microsoft president Brad Smith in an op-ed on The Wall Street Journal has confirmed Microsoft offered a deal to Sony to keep Call of Duty games on PlayStation for 10 years.
The company is open to making the same commitment to other platforms and to make it so regulators in the US, UK, and European Union can enforce the deal.
"We’ve offered Sony a 10-year contract to make each new Call of Duty release available on PlayStation the same day it comes to Xbox," said Smith. "We’re open to providing the same commitment to other platforms and making it legally enforceable by regulators in the US, UK, and European Union."
Smith added the deal is about Apple and Google and over their control over the mobile market has limited innovation and hurt competition.
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