Xbox’s Phil Spencer promises not to “pull the rug underneath PlayStation 7’s legs” with Call of Duty access


Xbox boss Phil Spencer has further clarified his position regarding Call of Duty’s future on PlayStation following Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

Speaking via the Decoder podcast, Spencer said the company intended to sell Call of Duty on PlayStation “for as long as players want to play Call of Duty on PlayStation”.

Back in September, Spencer made a written commitment to PlayStation’s Jim Ryan that Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation. However,

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