Microsoft president Brad Smith has announced that Xbox games, including Call of Duty, will be coming to Nintendo for 10 years after the acquisition.
Microsoft has signed a 10-year deal with Nintendo. The signed agreement means that Microsoft has fulfilled its promise to the Federal Trade Commission (the release of Call of Duty to other platforms such as Nintendo if the $68.7 billion deal to acquire Activision Blizzard is approved).
Regarding the long-term deal with Nintendo, Smith said on the social media platform, “This is part of our promise to bring Xbox games along with Activision games like Call of Duty to more players on more platforms.” said.
The binding agreement means Nintendo players can download and play the games in full on the same day as the Xbox. Like Xbox and PlayStation players, they will be able to experience Call of Duty.