Partnership between Microsoft and Nintendo – for Call of Duty

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from Susan Brown
To underscore that the upcoming deal between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard is for a good cause and will not result in brand or product monopoly, Microsoft and Nintendo officials have entered into a 10-year legally binding agreement to launch Call of Duty on the same day to make all features available to Nintendo players as well.

2023 is supposed to be the year of Microsoft and the year when the Deal between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard finally got the green light. The criticism of this business is expressed to the effect that Microsoft would achieve a monopoly position with it. In particular, it’s about the popular brand Call of Duty. To take the wind out of the sails of doubters and the idea of ​​Microsoft exclusivity of Call of Duty, the executives of Microsoft and Nintendo have now announced that they want to cooperate for ten years to make Call of Duty “on the same day as the Xbox, with the same functions and content” also available to Nintendo players.

How? Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 on Switch?

Of course, it is not quite so that one can now assume that the current Call of Duty part ends up on the switch. The announcement, shared on Twitter by Microsoft President Brad Smith, reads: “Microsoft and Nintendo have now negotiated and signed a binding 10-year agreement to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo players on the same day Tag as for Xbox players, with all the features and content so they can experience Call of Duty the same way Xbox and Playstation players enjoy Call of Duty We are committed to providing other gaming platforms with equal access to Call of Duty for the long term to give more players more choices and increase competition in the gaming market.”

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