Phil Spencer: Xbox Won't 'Play The Game' Of Adding Exclusive Content To Call Of Duty

Xbox boss Phil Spencer appeared in a new interview earlier today with the YouTube channel Xbox On, where he talked about a variety of topics including the games he's been playing, January's Xbox Developer Direct and much more.

Primarily though, the interview was centred around Microsoft's ongoing attempt to acquire Activision Blizzard, which brought up the topic of Call of Duty once again. Interestingly, Spencer noted during the discussion that Microsoft has no plans to make any kind of Call of Duty content exclusive to Xbox in the future.

Here's what he had to say about it:

"I sit here today with a great game that's come out in the last couple of weeks, Hogwarts Legacy. And yes, there is a quest that's available on PlayStation - it's not available on Xbox as part of that and I know that's a part of the industry.

That's not the game we're trying to play here either, it's not about a skin on a gun, it's not about a certain kind of mode of the game... the same version of the game will be available on all platforms."

As we've seen for quite a while now, Sony has made various Call of Duty content exclusive to PlayStation for a period of time, including beta access, XP bonuses and even an entire mode in some cases.

Fortunately, it sounds like that'll be a thing of the past if Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard goes through, meaning everyone on all platforms will get the same level of quality regardless of where they choose to play.

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