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Microsoft signs deal with Nintendo for Call of Duty franchise

Microsoft announced today that Nintendo has signed a deal with the corporation that will make Call of Duty games available to Nintendo users.

Nintendo users will soon be able to play Call of Duty; image: YouTube

Nintendo today signed a deal with Microsoft that will make Call of Duty games available to Nintendo users. Specific consoles were not mentioned. This could be an indication that Nintendo is planning a new console. The last Call of Duty for a Nintendo console was Call of Duty: Ghosts on the Wii U back in 2013.


The news comes just before the EU and Microsoft hearings. Strategically, Microsoft has one less competitor. Such a contract was also offered to Sony, but was rejected. A 10-year contract is "insufficient on many levels," according to PlayStation Chief Jim Ryan.

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