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The future of Call of Duty – and video games in general – is cross-platform, says Microsoft’s Brad Smith.

Microsoft’s Brad Smith told media following the EU hearing on the Activision Blizzard deal that the future is “cross-platform.” For this it is important that Call of Duty has to work and run well on all platforms, including Nintendow Switch.

Brad Smith says he believes the future is cross-platform, and that’s what these deals with Nintendo and NVIDIA are all about.

“The biggest concern people have expressed regarding this acquisition is that Call of Duty will be less available to people, but we have proven that the opposite will be the case. And if this deal is approved, the game will be available to 150 million more players around the world.”

Sony remains opposed to Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard and has refused to sign an agreement.

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