It is reported that Sony’s next-generation PlayStation will not be released until 2027 at the earliest, and Sony will also lose the right to use many Activision games such as “Call of Duty” in the same year. It is expected that the next-generation PlayStation will no longer support ” Call of Duty”.
Analyst Piers Harding-Rolls said on Twitter on Wednesday (23rd) that Sony deleted the proposed release year of the next-generation PlayStation in the US Certified Management Accountant (CMA) document, and said that Sony will lose “Call” after 2027. of Duty”.
Sony referred to a next generation of PlayStation console in its CMA response, with the suggested year of release being redacted
This was in a passage where it was referring to losing access to CoD after 2027, with higher potential for platform switching
PlayStation 6 in 2028? pic.twitter.com/f7govC8R7A
— Piers Harding-Rolls (@PiersHR) November 23, 2022
According to the confidential documents uploaded by Piers Harding-Rolls, Sony is expected to lose the franchise rights of “Call of Duty” in 2027, and the next-generation PlayStation will also lose the rights to use Activision games such as “Call of Duty”, suggesting The next-generation PlayStation will be launched no earlier than 2027. Sony worried that the PlayStation’s competitiveness would decline without Call of Duty, and consumers would switch to other video game consoles.
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