Xbox's Phil Spencer Confirms Plans To Keep Call Of Duty On PlayStation

There's your answer, folks! Xbox boss and Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer has confirmed today that the Call of Duty franchise will remain on PlayStation following Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

In a message on Twitter, Spencer promised to "honour all existing agreements" with Sony in regards to Activision Blizzard, as well as keep Call of Duty on the PlayStation platform. Here's the message in full:

Previously, Sony had told The Wall Street Journal that it expected Microsoft to honour contractual agreements and "continue to ensure" Activision games were multiplatform.

Of course, it's yet to be determined whether Call of Duty games will enter Xbox Game Pass on day one in the future, but it seems very likely — and we wouldn't be surprised if Xbox owners get exclusive CoD content as well.

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