Xbox's Head of Gaming, Phil Spencer, stated that Call of Duty will no longer have exclusive privileges for any platform in terms of content since their goal is to offer 100% parity for all Call of Duty fans.

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Speaking during the Xbox Podcast Show, he discussed the recent acquisition of Activision Blizzard King. Spencer confirmed that the company doesn't plan to use Call of Duty to drive Xbox sales, promising content parity on each platform.

I want you to feel 100% a part of the community. I don't want you to feel like you're missing out on any content, any skins. Our goal is 100% parity across all platforms to the greatest extent possible for launch and content. I talk about equality as much as possible because obviously, some platforms have differences in resolution and frame rates based solely on performance. We have no intention of somehow trying to use Call of Duty to persuade you to buy an Xbox console.

This means that once the term of current agreements expires, all Call of Duty content — from skins, modes, and maps to even alpha and beta tests will be available on every platform the game operates on.

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Some feared that the deal between Microsoft and Activision Blizzard would allow the former to use Call of Duty as a lever to drive Xbox console sales, but the company allegedly has no such plans.

In the same interview, the executive mentioned that he expects Activision Blizzard games to appear in Game Pass only in 2024. You can watch the full video below.

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