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In a recent interview with Famitsu, Xbox head Phil Spencer remarked that Microsoft’s recent historical acquisition of Activision Blizzard allows Microsoft to put more of their games – such as Diablo IV and Overwatch 2 – on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 5. Consequently, he considers people who play these “Xbox” games on other consoles to be “part of the Xbox community.”



Late last year, Phil Spencer remarked that Microsoft had entered a “10-year commitment” to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo should their acquisition of Activision Blizzard go through, and today’s news reaffirms that Phil is happy, at least with some of their franchises, to meet members of the Xbox community wherever they are, rather than just on Xbox.


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