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Call of Duty: Microsoft signs cloud gaming deals with Boosteroid and Ubitus

Call of Duty: Microsoft signs cloud gaming deals with Boosteroid and Ubitus

Microsoft continues its quest to make Call of Duty feel ubiquitous after the successful acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

Now the company has signed deals with two cloud gaming providers.

Call of Duty on more devices

According to agreements with Nintendo and Nvidia (GeForce Now), one such company is the independent cloud gaming provider Boosteroid.

Microsoft is reassuring the company of its PC games for a decade, which, if the deal with Activision Blizzard continues, also applies to Call of Duty.

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Boosteroid has four million users worldwide, which you can use to stream titles you already own. This is possible via browser and dedicated apps, for example on Windows, Linux, Android TV and Mac.

The second of the new partners announced this week is Ubitus. The Japanese company already has several cloud games available for Nintendo Switch, such as Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Resident Evil Village.

Microsoft uses the deals to, among other things, convince regulatory authorities that Call of Duty doesn’t have to be exclusive, but should be accessible to as many gamers as possible.