Sarah Bond Confirms Call of Duty Will Launch on Xbox Game Pass in New Interview
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Sarah Bond Confirms Call of Duty Will Launch on Xbox Game Pass in New Interview

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

In a recent interview with Bloomberg, Sarah Bond, the Head of Xbox Partnerships, confirmed some exciting news for gamers - every first-party game, including Call of Duty, will still launch on Game Pass. This announcement has caused quite a stir in the gaming community, with many players eagerly anticipating the arrival of some of their favourite titles on the subscription service.


The interview with Bloomberg's Dina Bass covered a wide range of topics, from Microsoft's upcoming hardware releases to the closure of Tango Gameworks. One particularly interesting highlight was the confirmation that all first-party games will be available on Game Pass, debunking recent rumours to the contrary.

According to a report by The Verge, Microsoft had been deliberating whether to bring Call of Duty to Game Pass. However, Sarah Bond's statement seems to have put an end to the speculation, asserting that all first-party games will indeed be included in the subscription service.

In a transcription by XboxEra, Bond emphasised the value of Game Pass, stating, "You get a whole portfolio of games, but importantly you get every single one of the games we build day one in Game Pass. The quality and breadth of those games have only been going up over time."

When asked specifically about Call of Duty, Bond confirmed that gamers can expect "some really amazing things" across the entire Xbox game slate, hinting at exciting additions to Game Pass later this year.


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