Xbox boss Phil Spencer has stated that the Call of Duty series will continue to be available on PlayStation systems, and there is even talk of bringing the sequel to the Nintendo Switch in the future. However, there have been rumors that Microsoft's acquisition of Activision, publisher of the Call of Duty franchise, will make the popular first-person shooter series Xbox 360-only. \n \nSpencer has previously responded to PlayStation's concerns regarding the Call of Duty acquisition, and now the industry icon has provided a more conclusive statement regarding the franchise's future. \n \nTom Warren of The Verge During the recent Wall Street Journal Tech Live conference, Phil Spencer talked about the future of Call of Duty across multiple platforms. Warren claims that despite Microsoft's purchase of Activision, the Call of Duty franchise will continue to be available on PlayStation consoles. \n \nSpencer went even further, saying that he hopes Call of Duty would eventually be available on Nintendo systems like the Switch. This would be similar to Microsoft's treatment of Minecraft, which has remained cross-platform despite Microsoft's 2014 acquisition of Minecraft developer Mojang. \n \nPhil Spencer announced that the Call of Duty brand would expand into the exciting new territory of mobile gaming, which is terrific news for PlayStation owners. Spencer estimates 3 billion video game players worldwide, but only roughly 200 million households have gaming consoles. There are now billions of gamers who play just on smartphones and other mobile devices, and Microsoft sees no reason to deny them access to Call of Duty. \n \nSince its release in 2019 as a free-to-play option, Call of Duty: Mobile has allowed fans to carry the first-person shooter experience wherever they go. As with its console predecessors, the mobile game has seen steady improvement and expansion thanks to regular updates. Phil Spencer has stated his intention to capitalize on the mobile gaming market, and as of this year, Call of Duty: Mobile has more players than PC and consoles combined.