Xbox Head Phil Spencer Has No Issue Making ‘Longer Term Commitment’ For Call Of Duty On PlayStation

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Xbox head Phil Spencer has revealed that he has no issue crafting a longer-term commitment to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation consoles that both Sony and regulators would agree with. 

He told The Verge this in a new interview where he also revealed that no part of Microsoft’s ongoing acquisition of Activision Blizzard is about pulling the rug from underneath PlayStation’s plans; it’s just that the two parties can’t write a contract that says explicitly Call of Duty will be on PlayStation…

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