Xbox boss says buying COD isn’t about ‘pulling the rug out from underneath the PlayStation 7’


Phil Spencer really wants regulators to stop hassling him about Call of Duty, apparently. Speaking on a recent episode of The Verge’s Decoder podcast (opens in new tab), the Xbox boss straightforwardly said that Microsoft is open to a “longer term commitment” with Sony to keep COD on PlayStation, in the event that Microsoft’s $68 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard (opens in new tab) goes ahead.

Microsoft’s plan to gobble up Activision Blizzard has hit a few regulatory rough patches…

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