Xbox Alleges For the Call of Duty Xbox release, activision sought a higher revenue share.


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Activision Blizzard reportedly asked Microsoft for a bigger revenue share in exchange for allowing them to publish new Call of Duty games on the Xbox platform, according to a recent IGN story by Xbox corporate vice president Sarah Bond.

Xbox Alleges For the Call of Duty Xbox release, Activision sought a higher revenue share.

This information was made public by the court proceeding that took place yesterday between Xbox (and Activision Blizzard) and the Federal Trade Commission about Microsoft’s planned acquisition of Activision Blizzard. The CEO of Activision Blizzard, Bobby Kotick, allegedly said that the business would not publish Call of Duty games on the Xbox platform unless Microsoft increased its revenue-sharing percentage, according to Bond’s claim in court.

According to IGN, Bond allegedly said in court that “time was short.” We ultimately came to the conclusion that it was the right course of action for the company because we wanted to live up to the gamers’ expectations.

She said that a present arrangement prevents Call of Duty from appearing on Xbox Game Pass before 2025 during Bond’s court appearance. She also provided more details about the marketing agreements between Xbox and Activision Blizzard.

Xbox Alleges For the Call of Duty Xbox release

She added that marketing it on Xbox’s website and social media accounts was acceptable. “A year ago, when we wanted to show that Call of Duty Vanguard was launching on Xbox, we were told we could not say it on YouTube or any other place where customers who were not our own customers could see it, and we had to hold off for a period of time,” she said. “But, people can watch our showcases live on YouTube and other platforms when we film them, and at the end, we wanted to provide a list that said, “Here are all the upcoming games for the following year. The announcement that Call of Duty will be released the next year was forbidden, we were told.


IGN’s website has more information about Bond’s court appearance from yesterday, so please visit there for more details.

For more information about this court battle, see how we learnt yesterday that Bethesda’s Indiana Jones game was initially a multiplatform game but would now debut solely on Xbox and PC.