Microsoft Makes its 10-Year Call of Duty Pact with Nintendo Official

Microsoft declared late last year that if its acquisition of Activision Blizzard was approved, 

It was "committed" to bringing Call of Duty (CoD) to Nintendo for 10 years.

The "binding" 10-year contract has now been inked, according to President Brad Smith.

Who also stated that Nintendo will have the same access to Call of Duty as Xbox.

According to Smith, as part of the arrangement, Microsoft would port additional Xbox games to Nintendo devices.

To bring Call of Duty to Nintendo fans on the same terms as Xbox, with complete feature and content parity, 

Microsoft and Nintendo have officially finalised and signed a legally binding 10-year deal. "We are committed to providing long term equal access to Call of Duty to other gaming platforms."