Sony claims Microsoft's newest Call of Duty deal would destroy gaming industry rivalry and creativity.
Sony claims that Microsoft's newest plan to bring Call of Duty to Sony's gaming tech would hurt industry peers and creativity.
As reported, Microsoft offered Sony a 10-year pact to bring Call of Duty games to Sony's gaming devices.
Sony strongly opposes Microsoft’s landmark purchase of Activision Blizzard.
After the UK's Competition and Markets Authority released data, Sony told IGN that Microsoft's alliance hurts competition.
Microsoft would deliver Call of Duty on PlayStation for a decade.
Sony also accused Microsoft of not wanting to bargain with it.
Sony's concerns are justified—Microsoft's Call of Duty pricing on PlayStation is unjust and uncompetitive.
We're kidding, but Sony's first-party studio's God of War should cost more on PC.