Phil Spencer, Xbox’s head of Xbox, says Call of Duty will continue to be available on PlayStation and that the series might even expand to other platforms.
According to Xbox Phil Spencer, head of the Call of Duty Franchise will continue to exist PlayStation Platforms, and could even expand onto Nintendo Switch The future. The Call of Duty Microsoft bought Activision, publisher of the franchise’s first-person shooter series, in January. Spencer has previously addressed PlayStation concerns regarding the Call of Duty acquisition and now, the industry icon has made a stronger statement about the franchise’s future.
Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer (@xboxp3) on CoD and the Activision deal:
"Call of Duty specifically will be available on PlayStation. I'd love to see it on the Switch, I'd love to see the game playable on many different screens. Our intent is to treat CoD like Minecraft"
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) October 26, 2022
As reported by The Verge Tom Warren (via Twitter), Phil Spencer has recently addressed Call of Duty Multi-console future was discussed at the Wall Street Journal Tech Live Conference. Warren reports that the Xbox head said that the Call of Duty The franchise will remain on PlayStation consoles, despite Activision’s acquisition by Microsoft. Spencer went even further and said that he would like to bring back Activision’s franchise. Call of Duty Nintendo platforms such as the Switch. Multi-platform accessibility of Call of Duty Microsoft’s approach to the matter would be mirrored. Minecraftdespite the 2014 purchase by Microsoft of developer Mojang, it is still available on many platforms.
Call of Duty Plans to Expand Its Territory
While Call of Duty Phil Spencer revealed that while multi-platform gaming is a good thing for PlayStation fans, he also said that the franchise would be exploring mobile gaming. Spencer claims that 3 billion people play video games worldwide, yet only 200 million households have dedicated gaming consoles. This means that billions upon billions of gamers play exclusively on smartphones and mobile devices. Microsoft has no plans to change this trend. Call of Duty You can’t miss this potential audience.
It was launched in 2019 Mobile Call of Duty Fans can enjoy the first-person shooter experience in their own mobile device as a free-to play experience. The mobile game received a lot of attention and continues to be updated. This year Mobile: Call of Duty Phil Spencer expressed interest in monetizing the mobile gaming market, stating that consoles and PC outnumber them in terms of playercount.
Call of Duty It is a popular franchise in the industry, so it would be a huge blow to PlayStation to see it go exclusive to Xbox consoles. Phil Spencer plans to keep the first person shooter series alive for its fans. Xbox PlayStation while potentially expanding onto Nintendo Systeme are another. It is expected that mobile gaming will be a big focus. Call of Duty This is a step forward that will open the doors for billions of players to join intense firefights wherever they are.