Microsoft and Nintendo officially sign the ten -year agreement for Call of Duty
After revealing in recent weeks the will to agree with Nintendo To bring the franchise of call of Duty on its platforms, Microsoft He decided to put his promises black and white by entering into a ten -year agreement with Di Kyoto.
On his Twitter profile, Microsoft’s president Brad Smith has officially announced that the signature of the agreement with Nintendo has gone through. The agreement provides for the arrival of the Call of Duty franchise on Switch and the next Nintendo consoles if the acquisition of Activision Blizzard should be concrete in port.
In his press release also Microsoft ensures that the titles will arrive on Nintendo platforms with the same content proposed on the other platforms (which could suggest porting in cloud on Switch).
Here is what is reported in the press release:
“ Microsoft and Nintendo have now negotiated and signed a 10 -year binding legal agreement to bring Call of Duty to the Nintendo players – On the same day as Xbox platforms, with complete functionality and equal content – so that they can try Call of Duty just like Xbox and PlayStation players. We are committed to providing long -term fair access to Call of Duty also to other game platforms, offering more choice to multiple players and more competition in the videogame market ”.