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Is Call of Duty the next Minecraft? Xbox boss Phil Spencer sure hopes so

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The long-term future of Call of Duty, and more specifically what platforms it will be kept on following the conclusion of Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard, has been a hot topic over the past couple of months.

Both the heads of Xbox and PlayStation have been going back and forth with each other over the plans to keep the series on multiple platforms, with Xbox head Phil Spencer committing publicly and privately to keeping CoD on PlayStation, and PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan calling those guarantees “inadequate on many levels.”

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Call of Duty after Vanguard have already started losing active gamers and Microsoft acquisition of Activision Blizzard put everyone on alert. Everyone was worried about them making the game an exclusive but that would have killed the game as they would lose more gamers than ever. It was why Phil Spencer came out to assure gamers COD will be a available on Playstation. 

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