Xbox CEO Phil Spencer has confirmed that Microsoft will no longer add exclusive items to Call of Duty games after purchasing Activision Blizzard.

Previously, projects received some content that was available only to the owners of a certain site. Now this will not happen, since the British regulator has approved the acquisition of the conglomerate with certain conditions. Mr. Spencer himself noted that he and his colleagues strive to ensure that owners of PCs and all consoles are on an equal footing with respect to versions of Call of Duty.

Note that the acquisition of ActiBlizz for Microsoft cost $69 billion.


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