Microsoft Likes Call Of Duty On Switch Along With Activision Blizzard Games_TechnoidHost
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According to Brad Smith, Microsoft president, he would like to have Call of Duty on Switch along with other popular Activision Blizzard Games. 

While talking to CNBC he said Microsoft’s $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard would not prevent its games from coming to Sony and Nintendo’s platforms.

He further explained, “One of the things we’re being very clear about as we move forward with the regulatory review of this acquisition is that great titles like Call of Duty from Activision Blizzard today, will continue to be available on the Sony PlayStation.

We’d like to bring it to Nintendo devices. We’d like to bring the other popular titles that Activision has, and ensure that they continue to be available on PlayStation, [and] that they become available on Nintendo.”

Smith mentioned, the fact Minecraft that Microsoft owns is available on rival systems proves the company is committed to its stance. 

Earlier in 2014, Satya Nadella made Microsoft’s first acquisition, Minecraft. He said what Microsoft has done with that acquisition, which we hope to do if we acquire Activision Blizzard.

He further said the company will be investing more in innovation. Bring in more people and bring it to more platforms and make it even more useful and hopefully delightful for the people who use it.

Ghosts released way back in 2013 was the last Call of Duty game on Nintendo hardware. 

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