The exciting shooter will now be available to players on Nintendo Switch consoles. And not everyone liked it.
At the end of last year, famed tech giant Microsoft stated that it was committed to releasing Call of Duty video games for Nintendo for 10 years if the regulator accepted the purchase of Activision Blizzard, a well-known American video game publishing and development firm, which gives the Call of Duty gaming series.
In a tweet, the firm's president, Brad Smith, noted that the contract had already been signed and that Nintendo would get the same access to the famous shooter as the Xbox.
This agreement gives Nintendo users access to Call of Duty on the same days as Xbox. So players across platforms will have equal access to this game.
The agreements underscore Microsoft's efforts to persuade regulators to allow its $68.7 billion acquisition of the firm Activision Blizzard.
As for the placement of new items on the Switch, there are several nuances. For example, performance in the cloud is highly dependent on network streaming speed, which limits console responsiveness and is constrained by the graphical capabilities of the Switch screen. The appearance of a shooter on Switch consoles is unlikely to give gamers the expected experience.
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