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Microsoft Signs Deal With Nintendo, Call of Duty Coming To Switch

Early this morning Microsoft president Brad Smith announced that the company have signed a deal with Nintendo. This includes Call of Duty being available on Switch and any unannounced systems over the next 10 years.

While Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard has not gone through, it’s still likely that the European Commission will approve the sale by March 23 despite some very vocal opponents against it.

It’s currently unknown what other titles will be part of this partnership and what generations of Xbox these games will be from.

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