Phil Spencer, boss of Xbox, has revealed during a recent Wall Street Journal event that he would be delighted to be able to enjoy Xbox video games. Call of Duty en Nintendo Switch (va Nintendo Everything). “Call of Duty be available on PlayStation [tras la adquisicin de Activision Blizzard por parte de Microsoft]. I would love to see the series on Nintendo Switch and see the game on many different screens. Our intention is to treat Call of Duty as Minecraft“, Has expressed.
Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer (@xboxp3) on CoD and the Activision deal:
“Call of Duty specifically will be available on PlayStation. I’d love to see it on the Switch, I’d love to see the game playable on many different screens. Our intent is to treat CoD like Minecraft”
1/2 Tom Warren (@tomwarren) October 26, 2022
This is not the first time that a high-ranking official from Microsoft and Xbox has spoken about the possibility that future video games from Call of Duty -or some already launched on the market- land on the Nintendo hybrid system. Without going any further, in February of this year the CEO of Microsoft, Brad Smith, revealed in an interview for CNBC that, in case the purchase of Activision Blizzard comes to fruition, he would be interested in transferring the saga on Switch. “We would like to take Call of Duty to Nintendo devices and other popular titles that Activision Blizzard has. We want to make sure they continue to be available on PlayStation, and that are available on Nintendo“, I declare.
What was the last CoD that came to a Nintendo console?
Despite the sales of Switch, it is worth remembering that the last time a title of Call of Duty was released on a console from the Japanese company in 2013, at which time Call of Duty: Ghosts lleg para Wii U