Call of Duty is officially coming to Nintendo Switch with a 10-year commitment. Here is everything we know so far about this deal.

After the official Merger of Microsoft and Activision Blizzard the head of Xbox, Phil Spencer revealed that one of the most loved games is soon going to make its way onto the Xbox.

Earlier this year on January 18, 2022, officials from Microsoft announced their intention to acquire Activision Blizzard all in cash for $68.7 billion, or nearly $95 per share.

This huge merger is expected to close in mid-2023.

Upon completion of the transaction, Microsoft would become the third-largest gaming company in the world and the largest with its headquarters in America, after Chinese giant Tencent and Japanese company Sony.

One of the most played titles from Activision Blizzard is their Call of Duty and soon we will be seeing the game making its way onto Nintendo Switch.

Call of Duty coming to Nintendo Switch, is it really happening?

As mentioned above, Phil Spencer stated via his official Twitter account that Microsoft has officially made a “10-year commitment” to bring the Call of Duty series to Nintendo platforms as part of its commitment to bring more games to Nintendo platforms to bring more people.

Certainly, with the addition of Nintendo consoles to their catalog, they would have brought the Call of Duty series to the three main gaming consoles of the current generation: PlayStation, Xbox and finally Nintendo Switch.

The game appearing on Nintendo platforms is not the first for the franchise, however, as major entries such as Modern Warfare, World at War and Black Ops are all available on Nintendo DS and Wii.

Nintendo consoles also received numerous exclusive COD titles for their consoles that were unplayable elsewhere, such as: B. Modern Warfare: Mobilized and Black Ops DS.

The last COD game to appear on a Nintendo console was Call of Duty: Ghosts on Wii U. However, recent developments suggest the franchise is returning to Nintendo.

As well as bringing the series back to the Nintendo library, Phil Spencer has also announced that they will continue to offer the franchise on Steam after Microsoft completes its acquisition of Activision Blizzard in 2023.

That is everything we know so far about Call of Duty coming to Nintendo Switch for more such news make sure to follow us on Twitter.

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