Call of Duty is a long-standing series, but it hasn’t always been available on Nintendo consoles. That changed today as Nintendo and Microsoft announced a deal that will make Call of Duty games available on Switch for the next 10 years.
Microsoft and Nintendo have finally reached a deal that will sell the leading first-person shooter franchise Call of Duty on Nintendo Switch. The 10-year contract with Nintendo is quite an accomplishment for Activision Blizzard and Treyarch. It’s been more than ten years since they released Call of Duty: World at War on the GameCube, and 10 years since Call of Duty: Black Ops was released for Microsoft’s XBOX 360 system.
Microsoft has signed a deal to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo systems for the next 10 years.
You may have heard about the Nintendo Switch, but did you know that Microsoft has signed a deal with them to bring Call of Duty games to their systems for the next 10 years?
This is the first time in history that two major console makers have joined forces to work together on a game franchise. And it goes beyond just bringing Call of Duty titles on Nintendo hardware; this partnership will also include all future Call of Duty games developed by Activision Blizzard (the company behind Destiny).
– The first Call of Duty game for the Nintendo Switch is called “Modern Warfare” and will be released later this year. This means that you’ll be able to play Call of Duty on your Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, or Nintendo Switch! This is a big deal for both companies because it opens new markets and revenue streams for both parties involved.
This means that all future Call of Duty titles will be available on Nintendo Switch.
This is a big deal for Nintendo, which has struggled to attract third-party developers. It also means that Microsoft is making a big bet on the Switch: if you want to play Call of Duty on your console, you’ll have to buy an Xbox One S or X and get the game through its own app.
This announcement comes after years of speculation about how much money Activision Blizzard had been paying for exclusive rights to all future Call of Duty titles from Nintendo platforms. The company’s new CEO promised something similar last year when he said “we’ll see more” regarding whether they would continue their partnership with Nintendo beyond 2020 (the next major release).
The game will be available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The company has not specified a release date for the Switch version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, but it’s expected to arrive sometime in 2020.
The deal was inked with Activision, maker of the popular first-person shooter series.
The deal was inked with Activision, maker of the popular first-person shooter series. Based in Santa Monica, Calif., Activision is a video game publisher that owns some of the biggest franchises in gaming history, including Call of Duty and World War II shooter Medal of Honor. Nintendo has been a longtime partner with Activision Blizzard since it started working together on games for its Wii console way back in 2006.
Activision is also part of Activision Blizzard Inc., which is itself an entertainment company that owns multiple game studios around the world; its headquarters are located at 50 California St., San Francisco CA 94111 USA (Phone number: +1 415-632-1000).
Last year’s Call of Duty title, Black Ops Cold War, won’t be part of the deal because it was released before the contract was finalized.
The contract between Activision and Nintendo was finalized in 2021, which means that the Black Ops Cold War will not be part of the deal. The game was released in 2020 so it’s not clear how long after this point Call of Duty could have been released by Activision without violating the terms of their agreement with Nintendo.
However, it’s important to note that this doesn’t mean that the game will never come out. It just means that Activision cannot release it as a standalone title or as part of any bundle.
So there you have it, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is definitely being developed for Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, Activision’s contract with Nintendo prevents them from releasing the game on any other platform.
Nintendo and Microsoft have made an unprecedented alliance to bring Call of Duty games to the Switch for the next 10 years.
Nintendo and Microsoft have made an unprecedented alliance to bring Call of Duty games to the Switch for the next 10 years. The companies announced that they had signed a deal today, which will see Activision’s popular shooter franchise available on Nintendo’s hybrid console through 2022.
This is a big deal for both Nintendo and Microsoft, as it gives them access to one of their biggest franchises — Call of Duty — in a new way: via a dedicated handheld device with multiplayer capabilities such as playing against other players or local couch co-op play. This could also give Nintendo (and its dedicated fans) another reason why it should be considered when buying a new system down the road!
Activision CEO Bobby Kotick said that this agreement marks another milestone for his company: “This represents yet another step forward in our long relationship with Nintendo.” He added that he expects this partnership could lead them down new paths together at some point down the road…
That’s a lot of Call of Duty, and it’s good to see that Nintendo and Microsoft are teaming up to bring more game franchises to their platforms. Nintendo has announced that it and Microsoft have entered into a 10-year deal with the American video game company to produce Call of Duty content for Nintendo consoles. Under the agreement, Nintendo is already working on a new version of the first World War II shooter and will also bring the title to smartphones, according to GamesIndustry.biz. The partnership will see ports of future titles in the franchise developed by Bungie Studios.
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