To the saga Call of Duty it’s almost complete Steam. For a few years, Activision stopped releasing CoD games on Valve’s platform, to power their own launcher, but since last year they’ve been re-launching their games on Steam.
Today, the last three Call of Duty games, which were on PC, but not via Steam, are releasing at the same time:
The installment from a few months ago, Modern Warfare II, was the first in years to be released on Steam simultaneously with the other versions.
But the best thing is that, for a limited time, these three games will be available at 50%, that is, at 29.99 euros. You can find them at this link.
The Call of Duty saga, almost complete on Steam
With these three releases, all of the premium Call of Duty games make their way onto Steam, with the exception of Black Ops 4 (2018) and Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered, according to Charlie Intel.
Those that have not arrived are games as a service: Warzone 2.0 It’s not on Steam yet. But it would not be unusual for it to come out, since the good relationship between Steam and Activision is intended to be maintained in the Microsoft era.
These releases happen to coincide with the same day that Sony and Microsoft publish two crucial documents related to Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
For one thing, Microsoft has said it’s confident Activision can optimize all Call of Duty games, including premium ones like Modern Warfare, to run natively on Switch.
On the other hand, Sony believes that Microsoft could release versions of Call of Duty with bugs and errors on PlayStation to harm them. Things are getting more and more tense…
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