Microsoft announced today that it has reached an agreement with Nintendo. In the future, it will release Activision Blizzard's Call of Duty series of games on Nintendo's game platform. The agreement is valid for 10 years.
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Microsoft (Microsoft) announced today (7) that it has reached a 10-year agreement with Japanese game console manufacturer Nintendo, and will release the well-known Activision Blizzard game on the Nintendo platform in the future. Shooter game "Call of Duty" (Call of Duty), the move is apparently to allay rival Sony's unease over Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
According to the Associated Press, Microsoft President Brad Smith thanked Nintendo in a tweet after the agreement was reached, noting that the deal will bring "Choice Moment" to more platforms and allow more games to be released. Multiplayer, "it's good for competition, and it's good for consumers."
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Smith also mentioned that if Sony is willing, Microsoft is also willing to offer the same conditions. "Any time Sony wants to sit down and talk, we will also be happy to finalize a 10-year deal for PlayStation."
Microsoft spent $69 billion (about NT$1.9 trillion) to buy Activision Blizzard earlier this year, but the acquisition process is currently under scrutiny from regulators in the United States, the European Union and other countries, as well as strong opposition from rival Sony. Sony is worried that Activision Blizzard's change of hands will prevent PlayStation players from playing the decisive moment.
Our acquisition will bring Call of Duty to more gamers and more platforms than ever before. That's good for competition and good for consumers. Thank you @Nintendo. Any day @Sony wants to sit down and talk, we'll be happy to hammer out a 10-year deal for PlayStation as well. https://t.co/m1IQxdeo6n
— Brad Smith (@BradSmi) December 7, 2022
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