Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Officially Makes The Move From Xbox One To PS4 As Primary Partner

We’ll see how the partnership plays out.

Posted By | On 07th, Nov. 2015 Under News

Call of Duty Black Ops 3

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is making quite a few changes to the long running series it is a part of. The biggest change of all to the most devoted video game players is that the title is no longer tied directly to the Microsoft Xbox One. This year, Treyarch and Activision signed an agreement in order to work closely with Sony and it’s PS4. That’s why the PS4 emblem is now featured on trailers and ads for Black Ops 3 where we used to see the Microsoft logo.

Sony’s Adam Boyes recently released a statement to mark the occasion while saying what it means for the PlayStation brand in the future. “This is a historic partnership that makes PlayStation the best place to play Call of Duty,” he said. “The massive reception to the game’s multiplayer beta only a few months ago demonstrated the huge appetite our fans have for this franchise and the anticipation for Black Ops III. This is the game our fans want, and we’re proud to welcome Call of Duty to its new home on PlayStation 4.”

This is hardly the first shooter in the last few years that Sony has been able to sign to a partnership. Activision also produced Destiny and it appears that the partnership between Activision and Sony is how this new partnership with Black Ops 3 came about. Now we’ll just have to wait and see what happens with this partnership. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 officially launched on November 6, 2015.

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    We have nothing more than praise for this. We even welcome it going to Sony.

  • Starman

    not by choice … but because phil doesn’t want to invest in 3rd parties anymore .. only in first party … thank god they’re gone ..thank you phil , and good ridden’s don mattrick and his stupid deal with the cod crap ..

    • archfiendx

      What about Rainbow Six Siege, Fallout 4, Just Cause 3, Tomb Raider, Recore, and Scalebound? These are all 3rd party deals.

      You were praising Tomb Raider as an Xbox One exclusive, as well as other 3rd party deals. Now you’re against 3rd party.

      You should be thanking Sony because the reason why Microsoft is backtracking and focusing on first party now is because Microsoft can’t afford 3rd party deals with the Xbox One bleeding money and the PS4’s dominate market share.

  • Vincent Roberson

    Call of Duty is only going to be on PS4 now huh. Then Microsoft should partner up with Bethesda to have the next Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Doom, & Dishonored 2 only on the Xbox One.


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