European Commission responds as staff member says COD will stay on “my PlayStation”


An European Commission staff member has raised eyebrows for their public comments on the organisation’s ongoing investigation into Microsoft’s $68.7bn Activision Blizzard takeover bid – and prompted the EU Commission itself to respond.

Last week, Commission member Ricardo Cardoso tweeted to say that the organisation was “working to ensure that you will still be able to play Call of Duty on other consoles (including my PlayStation).”

On the one hand, the comment

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