Following the completion of Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard, Ubisoft has stated that it has signed an agreement that would grant Ubisoft cloud streaming rights to games such as Call of Duty and others.
The deal covers all of Activision Blizzard’s existing games and any that are released in the 15 years following Microsoft’s completion of its acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
Ubisoft will be able to license the games to cloud gaming firms, service providers, and console manufacturers, and the games will also be available on Ubisoft+.
Soon, subscribers to Ubisoft+ Multi Access will be able to stream their favorite Activision Blizzard games on PC, Xbox consoles, and Amazon Luna.
Additionally, users will also be able to play their favorite Ubisoft games on the PlayStation platform with the help of Ubisoft+ Classics. This agreement will expand the player base’s access to a vast cloud-streaming library that includes both fan-favorite and legendary titles as well as cutting-edge new releases.
Benefits of Cloud Gaming
With cloud gaming, players can enjoy their favorite titles from any device, removing many of the traditional limitations of gaming
. Chris Early, Ubisoft’s senior vice president of strategic partnerships and business development, said, “We are dedicated to delivering amazing experiences to our players wherever they choose to play.”
Over the past 15 years, we have developed and refined one of the most comprehensive online service and distribution ecosystems in the business. The agreement announced today expands players’ access to and enjoyment of several popular gaming companies.
Ubisoft has not shared further details regarding the addition of Activision games on its platform, we will make sure to keep you informed as soon as any update is available.