New files show Sony is more concerned than ever about Microsoft acquiring Call of Duty if it buys Activision Blizzard.
Microsoft may hike Call of Duty prices or release a buggy PlayStation port.
Summary: Microsoft spent 12 months trying to buy Activision Blizzard for $69 billion.
Many regulators, governments, and competitors worldwide reject the merger.
These entities worry the deal would give Xbox too much power over the video game business.
It also wants Sony to sign a deal to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation consoles.
Sony suggests ways Microsoft could bypass its 10-year pact (or any future deal) with PlayStation.
Sony suggests that if a new Call of Duty game is buggy on PlayStation, fans may switch to Xbox.
Sony doesn't say Microsoft and Activision would intentionally issue a buggy PS CoD copy.