Microsoft and Nvidia have entered a ten-year deal that will allow you to download all of the publisher's PC games from GeForce Now and stream them on different devices, although only after the merger is completed. Call of Duty games should be released on the Japanese company's platforms by the end of June this year.
According to GamesIndustry sources, the British regulator CMA suggested that Microsoft sell the majority of Activision Blizzard, including Call of Duty, in order to get an approval for the transaction. Brad Smith, the company's president and chief legal officer, dismissed the idea.
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