In France, a retailer left a curious notice in the console section – more precisely at the top PS5, Afterwards Microsoft acquires Activision Blizzardthe store is warning consumers about the potential future exclusivity of the Call of Duty franchise on Xbox.
A netizen shared a picture of the plaque, and the post went viral on social media. Next to DualSense, PS4 games and other Sony console devices have the following message:
Apparently some retail stores around the world have started putting up notices for Call of Duty customers.
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Apparently, some retailers around the world have started notifying consumers about Call of Duty.
“Warning gamers. Microsoft bought Activision. Choose your machine carefully. (Call of Duty).”
Despite the fanfare surrounding Activision’s shooter, there’s still no confirmation from Microsoft that it’s actually ported to its platforms exclusively. However, the famous Bloomberg website stated that The series will only be on PlayStation until 2023 (From there, releases are uncertain).
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