Microsoft: The internet is laughing at all of the call-of-duty agreements

Microsoft: The internet is laughing at all of the call-of-duty agreements ...

Microsoft is still working on an acquisition of Activision Blizzard, their biggest opponent. These mostly focus on the quite popular Call of Duty franchise, which would give Microsoft too much leverage in the gaming industry. However, Microsoft itself is said to be hesitant to launch the game for other platforms in the future.

Call of Duty for Everyone: ten years in the making!

Microsoft has signed a ten-year agreement with Nintendo and Nvidia, among others, that will guarantee new Call of Duty titles for their platforms. Ubitus is well-known for their work on Nintendo Switch cloud games, and Ubitus will also have access to all Xbox and Activision Blizzard games for the next ten years.

Nintendo and Nvidia are certainly bigger names than Ubitus, and this is why some users on social media are now mocking the fact that Microsoft is likely to offer each a ten-year partnership. From things like Texas Instruments that will bring Call of Duty to a calculator near you to partnerships with Tamagochi and the KFC-Consoles.

PC game enthusiasts are also a fan.

Microsoft is already working on the next Xbox, according to a recent document. However, not all of the details were disclosed.

Sony, the gaming behemoth, has raised questions about Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

Phil Spencer expressed his desire to participate in the calculator call-of-duty in some of these posts. Sony, on the other hand, has begun claiming that Microsoft might create an intentionally flawed Playstation version.

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