Playstation’s Jim Ryan fires off: Xbox’s Call of Duty offering was ‘inadequate on many levels’

HI P”Call of duty“It will be played in the battle of industry giants. Recall that last week the head of Xbox Phil Spencer sent a letter to the CEO of Playstation, Jim RyanActivision promises the game will come to Sony’s console “within a few years.”

In a statement provided to, Ryan says the offer was “Inadequate in many respects”. A representative for PlayStation disagreed with Phil Spencer and seems quite annoyed by the suggestion.

Sony is seeking to reverse Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard earlier this year, but that is still pending approval from regional competition authorities. The purchase price is almost 69 billion dollars.

Last week, Xbox revealed that it had “signed an agreement with Sony to provide Call of Duty on PlayStation, with feature and content parity. At least a few more years” in addition to Sony’s existing agreement with Activision. Xbox said this offer “Beyond the typical gaming industry deals”.

But it’s not all flowers, Jim Ryan says of such an offering will have a dramatic effect Playstation players. Below are your words:

“I wasn’t going to comment on what I understand to be a private business discussion, but I feel the need to clarify because Phil Spencer brought it up in a public forum,” Ryan said.

“Microsoft has only offered to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation for three years after the contract between Activision and Sony expires. After nearly 20 years of Call of Duty on PlayStation, Your proposal was inadequate on many levels And didn’t consider the impact on our players. We want a guarantee That PlayStation players Continue to experience the highest quality Call of DutyAnd Microsoft’s proposal undermines that principle.”

Sony and Activision Blizzard’s current deal around Call of Duty is expected to cover the next three releases, including this year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

Let’s count the three next releases of the pre-purchase contract and another three years signed by Microsoft. The next three games should be released by the end of 2023, so then 2026 Call of Duty will be an Xbox exclusive.


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