The exchange of statements between Microsoft and Sony for the purchase of Activision Blizzard has been constant, with information from both one and the other whose sole objective was to attack the opponent, thus trying to make their argument gain more strength in the face of the organizations competition regulators, and now Sony has done it again. According to what has been learned from the latest CMA documents, Sony suggests that Xbox would intentionally add bugs in Call of Duty in PlayStation versions.
so has Shared Tom Warren with the image that you can see just below these lines. Specifically, the Japanese company has assured the highest competition body in the United Kingdom that Xbox would add bugs to Call of Duty for PlayStation, with the aim of the players were gradually losing confidence in their system, and thus cause fans of the franchise to end up acquiring a Microsoft console.
With a desperate argument, Xbox would add bugs in Call of Duty according to PlayStation
Furthermore, this has not been the only argument that Sony has used against the CMA. the company too has harshly criticized Microsoft’s way of doing business, since they do not agree with the way in which the 10-year agreement of Call of Duty has been tried to be imposed. According to Sony, Microsoft “dragged and engaged only when he felt the regulatory landscape was darkening, preferring to deal in the media rather than engage with SIE”.
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Microsoft could release a PlayStation version of Call of Duty where bugs and glitches surface only in the final level of the game, or after subsequent updates. Even if such downgrades could be caught quickly, any remedy would likely come too late, by which time the gaming community would have lost trust in PlayStation as a place to play Call of Duty. In fact, as Modern Warfare II attests, Call of Duty is most frequently purchased in the first few weeks of release. If game performance on PlayStation is known to be worse than Xbox, Call of Duty players might decide to switch to Xbox, for fear of playing their favorite game in a second-rate or less competitive venue.
In this way, Sony adds a new crazy argument to its cast in order to try to prevent the purchase of Activision Blizzard from being certified. It is now up to regulatory bodies to determine whether or not the fact that Xbox would knowingly add bugs to Call of Duty is a hopeless argument; something that inevitably sounds like Given the current situation of the purchase.