According to Xbox boss Phil Spencer, Call of Duty will have content equivalent to other platforms.
According to Gaming Bolt game Call of Duty, Phil Spencer has once again reiterated that the future will have similar content to all other platforms. The world’s most famous shooting game brand is now under the umbrella of Microsoft after the recent deal with Activision Blizzard.
In a recent official Xbox podcast, Spencer stated that Microsoft has no plans to attract players to buy Xbox consoles with Call of Duty, something Microsoft has previously emphasized multiple times. According to the head of Xbox, Call of Duty’s release on Xbox will not feature any exclusive maps, costumes, or content
players Call of Duty Specifically, Spencer said: “For future on PlayStation and Nintendo, I want you to feel that you still get 100% of the content like every community. I don’t want everyone It feels like we’re missing out, in terms of both costumes and content, which is not the company’s goal.”
And because Microsoft has also signed “legally binding” agreements, the company will bring all Call of Duty titles to PlayStation and Nintendo consoles with full content and features for 10 years. next.
games Meanwhile, in the same podcast episode, Spencer also stated that although the merger between the two companies is complete, Activision Blizzard will not appear on Game Pass until 2024.
While Activision Blizzard is now firmly in Microsoft’s shadow, the company’s CEO Bobby Kotick will remain in his current position until the end of 2023 to assist in the transition process