Multiple agreements were closed between Microsoft and other companies hours before appearing in Brussels to clarify Activision Blizzard’s acquisition intentions. Two of these agreements were those of Nintendo and Nvidia, which promise to bring multiple Xbox and Activision Blizzard games to their platforms after closing the purchase of the great American publisher. These contracts seem to lead to a large number of possibilities that fans imagine, but the President of Microsoft clarifies the agreement with Nintendo after the confusion generated in the communities.
Microsoft and Nintendo recently joined hands to close an impressive agreement of chilling magnitudes, since, have reached a deal to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo consoles for the next 10 years, without cloud versions or other moves. Bringing Call of Duty to a laptop of this style is clearly a challenge mostly because of the Nintendo Switch hardware, but it is hoped that over the next few years this can be “solved.” However, many think that the agreement between these two greats leads to much more, but the president of Microsoft clarifies the agreement with Nintendo.
After the confusion generated by fans, the President of Microsoft clarifies the agreement with Nintendo to avoid misunderstandings
In a recent Tweet from Brad Smith, current president of Microsoft, claims to be fascinated with what Microsoft and Nintendo have been able to achieve to be able to only bring Call of Duty to the consoles of the Japanese company. This in order to clear up misconceptions from the panorama, since fans have thought that exclusive Nintendo games like The Legends of Zelda or Mario Bros would come to Xbox and on the other hand, Nintendo would receive exclusive Xbox games like Halo or Forza, but clearly this will not be the case.
Xbox games on Nintendo will “work as you’d expect”
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On the other hand, the agreements with Nvidia and Nintendo they would be opening the doors to almost 150 million players to be able to access games like Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, Diablo, and many other IPs that Activision Blizzard King has to its credit. In the same way, Nvidia GeForce Now will now receive all Xbox games in its service.