The latest in Activision Call of Duty The game is out this week, and while there’s no Nintendo release, there’s been some talk from Xbox boss Phil Spencer about bringing the popular first-person shooter series to the Switch.
in conversation with The Wall Street Journal Spencer recently mentioned how Microsoft is planning the series and when Activision Blizzard-Deal Go through, act like it Main craft And with the Switch (via The Verge first editor Tom Warren) — to make it available “on as many different screens” as possible.
“Call of Duty will be available exclusively for PlayStation. I want to see it on Switch, I want to see the game playable on different screens. Our goal is to treat COD like Minecraft.”
Phil tracking by comments CNBC-interview with Microsoft-CEO Brad Smith Earlier this year, he also mentioned how the US tech giant plans to bring the Call of Duty series to the Switch through an acquisition.
“As we continue our regulatory review of this acquisition, one of the things we’re talking about very clearly is that great titles like Activision Blizzard’s Call of Duty will be available on Sony PlayStation today.
“We want to bring it to Nintendo consoles, we want to bring other popular titles activity And make sure it’s still available on PlayStation, [and] It is now available on Nintendo. “
At the time, Smith used Minecraft as an example of Microsoft’s ongoing involvement Anders Platform
Of course, for Microsoft to follow suit, it must first complete its acquisition of Activision Blizzard. The process of finalizing the agreement is currently underway. When Call of Duty returns to Nintendo systems, you’ll likely be at that rate on next-gen systems.