Activision Blizzard’s 2022 ended with an unexpected announcement from Phil Spencer: Microsoft will bring COD back to Nintendo consoles, with support destined to last at least ten years.
The statement shared by Xbox leaders marked a further evolution in the legal dispute linked to the acquisition of the publisher of Call of Duty by the Xbox Game Studios. While awaiting a final verdict from the antitrust bodies on the feasibility of the marriage between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard, it seems that things are moving very quickly at Nintendo.
To let it be understood, is an interesting sighting made on the shores of LinkedIn. Following the announcement of the future return of the Kyoto hardware shooter, the platform has in fact hosted the publication of several job offers relating to a mystery new software house engaged right on the Call of Duty series. Interesting detail, the headquarters of the team will be the city of Austin, Texas, literally walking distance from Retro Studios locationa software house traditionally close to Nintendo, currently engaged in the development of Metroid Prime 4. Exploring the depths of LinkedIn, some observers have also reported that some prominent Nintendo personalities are currently already destined for the mysterious new study dedicated to Call of Duty.
These sightings seem to confirm the creation of a team whose main task will be to turn into reality Phil Spencer’s promises relating to the return of Call of Duty su console Nintendo. To find out more, all that remains is to wait for new announcements from Microsoft and Activision Blizzard.