This is the right move for Microsoft, considering COD is a lot more popular on the Sony brand of consoles right now anyway. I mean, Activision had the exclusivity deal with Sony since the PS4, and I believe there are more active players on PlayStation than there is on Xbox consoles right now. So if Xbox were to cut the PS5 out of the equation, then expect Microsoft to lose a TON of money. Like probably more than half of their projected profits. So it’s not worth it to not release on a Sony console.
This is smart because it not only gets you those massive profits, but it also promotes the Xbox brand in the process. Oh and Xbox is getting paid by sony fans now, so in a way it’s kinda funny. 😃
Hey Sara I think you’re stuck in the early 2010s or so lol. The 360, PS3 and Vita are all consoles and devices that no longer have support. No new games are produced for these consoles and haven’t been for quite a while.