Xbox boss wants Nintendo plays to “to feel 100 percent part of the community” with Call of Duty
Posted on October 18, 2023 by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News
Now that Microsoft has officially acquired Activision Blizzard King, it owns a bunch of different franchises – including Call of Duty. As previously reported, Microsoft entered a 10-year commitment to bring the IP to Nintendo platforms. Xbox boss Phil Spencer commented again on what to expect in a recent interview.
During the Xbox Podcast, he mentioned how he wants Nintendo players “to feel 100 percent part of the community.” He also said that Microsoft intends to have “100 percent parity across all platforms as much as we can for launch and content.”
Spencer’s full words:
“The players on PlayStation and in the future on Nintendo… I want you to feel 100 percent part of the community. I don’t want you to feel like there’s content you’re missing out on, skins you’re missing out on, timing you’re missing out on. That’s not the goal. The goal is 100 percent parity across all platforms as much as we can for launch and content.”
It’s unclear when Microsoft will begin supporting Nintendo platforms with Call of Duty. With rumors of a Switch successor next year, we could end up seeing something there.