Various regulators, including the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), are concerned that the Microsoft and Activision Blizzard agreement will weaken PlayStation's competitiveness. This, obviously, is related to the possible loss of the Call of Duty franchise, which Sony describes as "indispensable."
Microsoft has reiterated to regulators that it is willing to release every new Call of Duty game on the PlayStation on the day of its Xbox release for a 10-year period. At the same time, the company stated that it believes that 10 years is sufficient for Sony to develop an alternative to Call of Duty.
Microsoft stated in a statement that the company is "ready to continue constructive discussions on the licensing term issue with CMA," but that "there is no reason to prolong the remedy beyond the time already proposed."
The deal between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard should be completed by the end of June this year. Sony has recently expressed concern about the future games' exclusivity, including Bethesda and Starfield. She also expressed fear that she might lose control of Call of Duty on consoles.PlayStation.