Call Of Duty Will Remain On PlayStation For As Long As It Exists
Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, has revealed that the company will continue to support Call of Duty on PlayStation as long as it is still being sold.
“As long as it’s still selling, we’ll be supporting it,” he told GameSpot. “We have a great relationship with Sony on Call of Duty.”
Spencer also said that the game would remain exclusive to PlayStation until another company came along and bought the rights from Sony.
The game, which is published by Activision, has been a huge success for Sony and Microsoft. It is one of the most popular games in the industry and has sold over 250 million copies worldwide.
Call of Duty proves to be a moneymaker for ActivisionIn addition, the game has also helped to increase the number of people playing on consoles. This is because the game can be played on both Xbox and PS4. In fact, Call of Duty helped Microsoft sell more than 8 million Xbox 360 consoles in the 18 months after its release in 2008.The competitive market is a lucrative industry, so Activision will likely continue to pump out Call of Duties until something else comes”Call of Duty, as long as it’s a successful franchise, is going to be on PlayStation,” he told GameSpot. “I think that’s just the way it works.”