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Microsoft said the existing pact will keep Call of Duty on PlayStation for “many years.”

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“An unusual gaming bargain.”

Microsoft vows to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation for “many more years” while the government reviews its $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

According to a story by The Verge, the statement was allegedly made in a letter that was sent early this year from Xbox CEO Phil Spencer to PlayStation executive Jim Ryan.

Spencer stated in January, “We committed to keeping Call of Duty on PlayStation beyond the current arrangement.” This offer “goes beyond gaming agreements,” claims the statement.

Microsoft indicated in February that it plans to “make them accessible… beyond the present arrangement and into the future” for PlayStation Call of Duty games.

Microsoft’s goals are evident with today’s pledge of “many more years,” but this means little without news on Sony’s deal with Activision Blizzard. Unknown is “many more years”

Call of Duty, along with other Activision Blizzard games like Overwatch and Diablo, will be added to Game Pass if Microsoft’s takeover is completed.

And we also know that Microsoft has promised to “make the same version of Call of Duty available on PlayStation on the same day the game launches elsewhere.”

On the other hand, it is unclear how much longer that pledge will be fulfilled once it has already been made.

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