Xbox Game Pass will eventually offer titles like Call of Duty, Diablo, and Overwatch. Phil Spencer, the CEO of Microsoft Gaming, has published a new blog post outlining firm intentions for Call of Duty and other Activision Blizzard titles.
Despite the fact that Microsoft has already bought Activision, the community, particularly PlayStation, is concerned about this acquisition. This has been the subject of long-running fan speculation, and Phil Spencer recently added to the topic.
Call of Duty availability
Phil Spencer gave a sneak preview of the company’s intentions to broaden the selection of Microsoft Gaming at the beginning of the formal statement. In order for gamers to have access to as many games on the platform as possible with a single subscription, it is crucial that Xbox adds additional games to the Game Pass lineup.
According to Spencer, “Subscription services like Game Pass make gaming more accessible and assist users from all over the world in discovering their next favorite game.” Activision Blizzard’s beloved catalog of games, such as Overwatch, Diablo, and Call of Duty, will be made available via Xbox Game Pass in order to expand the existing gaming communities.
The major concern that Activision Blizzard’s iconic titles will eventually become Xbox platform exclusives persists despite Xbox’s repeated assurances that this won’t happen. Even while Call of Duty and Overwatch will eventually be made available with Xbox Game Pass, Spencer reassured the franchise fans that they are completely focused on having Call of Duty accessible on PlayStation on the same day the game debuts globally.
Call of Duty availability on Xbox Game Pass
Call Of Duty won’t be included in the Game Pass library for quite some time. After all, the Xbox and Blizzard agreement must be finalized first, and Spencer hasn’t revealed any exact dates or information on the titles that will be included in the service. It is quite likely to have the same instant Game Pass availability policy as games from Xbox companies in terms of their release schedule.