Microsoft makes its 10
It’s official: Microsoft has entered into a binding ten-year contract with Nintendo to bring the Call of Duty franchise to Nintendo platforms. As diehard gamers and followers of the tech industry, we can’t help but be excited by this news.
For years, Microsoft has been the go-to company for first-person shooter (FPS) games. But with the advent of the Nintendo Switch, and its immense popularity, it was only a matter of time before Microsoft began to focus its attention on the Nintendo audience.
The deal is a smart move by Microsoft, and one that is sure to pay off in the long run. With Nintendo’s massive fanbase and Microsoft’s industry-leading expertise in FPS games, there is no doubt that the Call of Duty franchise will thrive on Nintendo platforms.
We can’t wait to see how this partnership will evolve over the next ten years, and we are eagerly anticipating the first Call of Duty game for Nintendo Switch.