Microsoft Reportedly Offers Sony The 'Right' To Include Call Of Duty On PlayStation Plus

We've heard on many occasions that Microsoft has proposed a 10-year deal to Sony to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation, but now a new report is suggesting that PlayStation Plus might be involved as well.

According to Bloomberg, Microsoft has offered Sony "the right to sell Call of Duty as part of its gaming subscription service", but Sony has yet to accept the deal. Here's a snippet from the article:

"In a bid to win regulatory approval for its $69 billion purchase of Activision Blizzard Inc., Microsoft Corp. has offered rival Sony Group Corp. the right to sell Activision blockbuster Call of Duty as part of its gaming subscription service."

Last week, it was revealed that Nintendo and Valve had both been offered a 10-year deal for Call of Duty, which both companies responded to positively, but Microsoft showed frustration that Sony hadn't yet accepted the offer as well.

It'll be interesting to see if Sony now decides to accept Xbox's offer, as Call of Duty being included on PlayStation Plus would obviously provide a huge boost for the service. We'll keep an eye out for any further developments.

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