The American company, Microsoft, has agreed to allow the famous games produced by the British company, Activision Blizzard, such as Call of Duty, to be run on the competing gaming device, Nintendo, with the aim of removing obstacles to Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision.
Video game enthusiasts and antitrust authorities in Europe and the United States are worried that Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision will deprive other consoles of Activision games such as Overwatch, World of Warcraft and StarCraft. Hertson, and limiting it to the Xbox devices produced by Microsoft.
Microsoft said that if the acquisition of Activision is completed, it will allow classic games such as Call of Duty to continue on competing platforms.
For his part, Brad Smith, Director of “Microsoft” said: “These games will be available on the Go Force Now live broadcast service at the time of their release on Xbox devices with all their contents, and Microsoft intends to allow the game to be used on Nintendo platforms, which is less performance compared to the Xbox devices.” from Microsoft and PlayStation from Sony Corp.
He added, “Call of Duty will be available on about 150 million additional gaming devices, according to an initial 10-year agreement.”
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