Sony questioned Microsoft with “Star Sky”: it is not credible that COD will land on the whole platform

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Recently, Sony submitted a statement to the UK market regulator (CMA), claiming that considering the exclusivity of Starry Sky, it proved that the landing of Call of Mission on the whole platform was not credible.
Recently, Microsoft made a commitment that if it can successfully acquire Activision Blizzard, it will let Call of Mission land on more platforms. For this reason, Microsoft also signed a ten-year agreement with Nintendo to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo players.
Sony, however, pointed out that when Microsoft acquired ZeniMax, the parent company of Society B, it had promised the European Union regulators that they had no motive to restrict the access of games under Society B to multiple platforms. However, after the acquisition, Starry Sky has become an exclusive Xbox console game and will not appear on the PlayStation platform.
So Sony believes that Microsoft has breached its previous commitment to the European Union’s regulators. Now Microsoft has promised not to monopolize Call of Mission, but it is likely that it will not keep its promise after the acquisition of Activision Blizzard, just as it did when it acquired ZeniMax.
Starry Sky will be released on September 6, landing on Xbox and PC platforms, and joining Game Pass on the first day.