Microsoft worries Sony, the agreements on Call of Duty for PlayStation are "inadequate"

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According to what the Sony CEO, Jim Ryan, Microsoft has promised to keep the series Call of Duty still for three years on the platforms of the Japanese house, in addition to the already previous previous agreements between the company and Activision / Blizzard.

However, in a statement released by the American CEO of the Japanese company he revealed that "The offer presented to me was inadequate in many respects": The statements were released by Ryan following some questions from the colleagues at

Following the purchase by Microsoft of the company Activision / Blizzard for a price of $ 69 billion, a certain disagreement has arisen between the American and Japanese house of ideas, although the purchase by Microsoft is still under investigation by the British authorities who regulate the principles of fair competition in the markets.

"I was not going to comment on what I intended to be a private business discussion, but I feel the need to set the record straight why Phil Spencer brought this to the public forum."

Ryan said, continuing as follows:

“Microsoft offered Call of Duty to remain on PlayStation for only three years after the current agreement between Activision and Sony ended. After nearly 20 years of Call of Duty on PlayStation, their proposition was inadequate on many levels and did not take into account the impact on our players. We want to ensure that PlayStation players continue to have the highest quality Call of Duty experience and Microsoft's proposal undermines this principle. ”

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