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Call of Duty Will Become Part of Xbox Game Pass, but Launch on PlayStation on the Same Day

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From IGN News:

Xbox boss Phil Spencer has confirmed that Call of Duty - along with the likes of Diablo and Overwatch - is eventually coming to Game Pass but it'll still be released on PlayStation on the same day. Announced in a Microsoft blog post, Spencer confirmed that Activision Blizzard's library of games is coming to Xbox Game Pass once the acquisition deal goes through, which includes Call of Duty and other blockbuster titles like Diablo and Overwatch. Spencer said that Xbox's goal was to bring games to as many people as possible, and therefore reaffirmed alongside the Game Pass news that Call of Duty would arrive on PlayStation the same day as it launches elsewhere. "We intend to make Activision Blizzard’s much-loved library of games – including Overwatch, Diablo and Call of Duty – available in Game Pass and to grow those gaming communities," Spencer said in the blog post. "By delivering even more value to players, we hope to continue growing Game Pass, extending its appeal to mobile phones and any connected device." It could be a while before Activision Blizzard's games arrive on Game Pass, of course, and Spencer didn't give any specific date or details regarding which games would be coming to the service. As with other Xbox first party titles like Forza and Halo, future iterations of these Activision Blizzard franchises will presumably come to Game Pass on day one. Overwatch 2 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 both have 2022 release dates, however, while Diablo 4 is due next year, meaning they may have been released before the acquisition deal goes through. Xbox's $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard was announced in January but has since been scrutinised by several consumer boards including the UK government's Competition and Markets Authority, though Spencer recently commented that he "feels good" about its progress. Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer. He'll talk about The Witcher all day.

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It's definitely going to be bad for business and for the Call of Duty franchise if Phil Spencer decide to pull the game's plug on Playstation console. It's part of the war Sony had with Microsoft when after their acquisition of Activision Blizzard. For now, the game is still been supported on Playstation console but for how long will it last? 

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