After five years of Xbox timed exclusivity allowing Xbox gamers to be able to be the first to play new games and DLCs form the Call of Duty franchise.
The exclusivity agreement signed by Microsoft and Activision back in 2010 is now set to expire on September 3rd, 2015. Paving the way for PlayStation to step in and benefit from Call of Duty exclusives before they arrive on the Xbox One consoles.
When the deal what struck back in 2010 add-ons and map packs for Call of Duty: Black Ops and future Call of Duty games would release first on Xbox. Now thanks to the PlayStation’s sales success the most popular shooter series on consoles from the release of Black Ops 3 onwards will now be a PlayStation exclusive.
What are your thoughts on the move to playStation? Microsoft exec Kudo Tsunoda explained : “It doesn’t change anything,”- “Call of Duty is still coming out on Xbox One this year.”
Source: EurogamerFiled Under: Playstation, Top News, Xbox