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Microsoft: We'll Bring Call of Duty to Nintendo if You Let Us Buy Activision


Microsoft says it’s also committed to keeping Call of Duty games available on Steam. However, Sony and government regulators still seem resistant to the acquisition.
In a bid to convince regulators to let it buy Activision Blizzard, Microsoft is pledging it’ll bring Call of Duty games to Nintendo’s platform of all places. 
Microsoft CEO of Gaming Phil Spencer announced the surprising 10-year agreement with Nintendo on Tuesday. “Microsoft is committed to helping bring more games to more people —however they choose to play,” Spencer tweeted.
In addition, Spencer says Microsoft remains committed to launching Call of Duty games on PC gaming marketplace Steam the same day they arrive for the Xbox.
Spencer announced the news as Microsoft faces opposition from Sony over letting its rival acquire Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion. One of Sony’s key concerns is Microsoft eventually making Call of Duty exclusive to the Xbox console if the deal goes through. 
In response, Microsoft has repeatedly pledged it’ll keep releasing Call of Duty for other platforms once it absorbs Activision Blizzard.

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