Phil Spencer debunks all conspiracy theories about keeping Call of Duty off PlayStation

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Everyone is trying to poke holes in Microsoft’s commitment to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation once it takes control of Activision Blizzard, and Phil Spencer is a little tired of that.

The games boss at Microsoft has clarified, once and for all, what the company actually intends to do with Call of Duty on PlayStation, leaving no room for alternate interpretations.

Speaking on The Verge’s Decoder podcast, Spencer was directly asked about some of the ways Microsoft could…

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