Call of Duty: Microsoft and Nintendo sign deal

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already announced at the end of last year, Xbox-Boss Phil Spencer at that one Deal with Nintendo was taken to the games of Call of Dutyseries back to the Japanese game company’s platforms in the future. The deal was not fixed then – now there is new information about it.

Microsoft and Nintendo sign contract

Call of Duty is finally making a comeback Nintendo return! The Microsoft President published the announcement yesterday BradSmith via Twitter at. The Xbox company has now finally signed a binding contract with Nintendo. The deal is over ten years and is intended to bring future games in the “Call of Duty” series to Nintendo consoles at the same time as the Xbox launch.

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“Call of Duty” players should be able to gamble together on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo in the future. However, it is currently unclear when the deal will come into force. Because Nintendo itself has not yet named a console that could benefit from this contract.

When is Call of Duty coming to Nintendo Switch?

It is assumed that the deal will only take effect for a Switch successor. Because the performance of the current switch console should not be sufficient for future “Call of Duty” titles. When the switches 2 will come on the market, but Nintendo is still silent about it.

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At the same time, the go-ahead for the deal between Microsoft and Nintendo depends on whether Microsoft actually takes over Activision Blizzard. The Acquisition of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft is still not approved by the European Commission.

Fittingly, the Xbox company had to testify before the commission yesterday and may have used the announcement of the deal with Nintendo to justify the acquisition.

Are we expecting more Xbox titles on Nintendo?

Brad Smith’s tweet yesterday has many Nintendo fans wondering if there’s more to come than just Call of Duty games on Nintendo consoles. Because the Microsoft President announced the deal by mentioning that it is a contract, “making Xbox games accessible to Nintendo players”.

Smith had to clarify this statement shortly afterwards, stating that the Nintendo agreement only focuses on “Call of Duty”.

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