Sony Expects Activision Games Will Remain Multiplatform

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Despite Microsoft's acquisition plans for Activision Blizzard, Sony's expecting the company will keep future titles multiplatform. While Microsoft hasn't definitively confirmed every Activision Blizzard game will become Xbox exclusive, Phil Spencer did hint at exclusive content for said titles on Xbox, and Sony doesn't want to lose out.

Speaking to The Wall Street Journal (via The Verge), a Sony representative confirmed:

We expect that Microsoft will abide by contractual agreements and continue to ensure Activision games are multiplatform.

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Sony Expects More Activision Blizzard Games Despite Microsoft Acquisition

Right now, there's a large number of multiplatform games coming to PS4 and PS5. That includes Diablo 4, Overwatch 2, the next Call of Duty game - believed to be Modern Warfare II - and more. It’s unknown what the future might bring for Sony’s relationship with Activision Blizzard, though we'd bet on some games becoming Xbox exclusive.

Right now, PlayStation owners can still enjoy various games from Activision Blizzard like Call of Duty: Vanguard and Diablo 2: Resurrected. We'll keep you informed once we've learned more about Microsoft's plans.