Sarah Bond ensures that every first party game can still be launched on Game Pass – including Call of Duty

May 10, 2024 by No Comments


In a new interview with Bloomberg, Sarah Bond confirmed that every first-party game, including Call of Duty, will still launch on Game Pass.

In a new interview with Bloomberg’s Dyna Bass, the company discusses the company’s upcoming hardware slate, Hi-Fi Rush developer Tango’s reason for shutting down Gameworks, and the Microsoft Store coming to mobile soon. Although confirmed in an interview, the recent rumors regarding the Call of Duty franchise have been shut down.

Earlier this week, to the edge Microsoft is reportedly seriously debating whether to launch Call of Duty on Game Pass. However, Sarah Bond, which has shut down the idea, which is still under consideration, said that all first-party games will come to its subscription service.

Transcribed by XboxEraBond said, “And the last part is about Game Pass. We know our core users love Game Pass, Game Pass is a gaming subscription, you get the entire portfolio of games, but most importantly you get every single game we make in Game Pass. And the quality and breadth of those games continues to grow over time. And you’re going to see a few more big games making their way into Game Pass later this year.

Dina: “From the Activision portfolio or not?”

Sarah: “Over the entire slate, over the entire slate, you’re going to see some amazing things. Keeping it truly unique for Xbox players is our priority.

So it looks like Call of Duty Game Pass is coming, but it remains to be seen if it includes the most anticipated Call of Duty: Black Ops 6 of the year.


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