Call of Duty: it’s war between Sony (PS5) and Microsoft (Xbox Series)!

Game News Call of Duty: it’s war between Sony (PS5) and Microsoft (Xbox Series)!

On the Daily menu, this Tuesday, November 22, we discuss finance with this big deal between Xbox and PlayStation. Then, a small point concerning the development of the new Zelda. Finally, we end with the Attic Player who is sounding the alarm on Twitch. The Daily, let’s go!


  • Call of Duty dominates the industry and terrifies Sony
  • A new lease of life for Zelda
  • A community war on Twitch?

Call of Duty dominates the industry and terrifies Sony

Call of Duty is scary. So, we reassure you, we are not talking about Ghost’s balaclava, but about its weight in the video game industry. In effect, the future of the Call of Duty license at PlayStation is uncertain. The hypothesis of a disappearance of Activision’s FPS from Sony machines gives cold sweats to the Japanese company. But why would that happen? Well because the competitor Xbox is trying to buy the parent company behind the series: Activision Blizzard King. However, the authorities are blocking this transaction to preserve competition in the industry. In this case, the latest news evokes a deal ensuring that Call of Duty games will be released on PlayStation over the next decade. But they still haven’t responded. To be continued…

A new lease of life for Zelda

Small update regarding the development of the new Zelda! Tears of the Kingdom has just been evaluated in South Korea, according to the Gematsu site. We doubt it, this opus is likely to take up the codes of Breath of The Wild with a mix of Skyward Sword for a celestial adventure! The title is rated 12 years and over, which implies a slight violence that is already found in previous games. Information that subtly tells us that the production of the game is progressing well, or is almost at an end. We remind you that after having postponed its release, the date has now been set for a few months on May 12, 2023.

A community war on Twitch?

It’s been around social networks for a few hours and the actors in the field are reacting hotly! “It’s a bit dangerous” are the words of the Player of the Attic who, during his last live, expresses his concerns about the differences between the communities on Twitch. If he points to a generational chasm, he finds that fanbases can show a lack of cohesion between the different branches of French streaming. According to JDG, the “expanded Monday community” including: ZeratoR, Ultia, Domingo, Ponce or even Antoine Daniel is moving away from a certain audience. He cites the KCorp communities or even those of Inox Tag, Amine or Billy/RebeuDeter. More specifically, he points to the lack of communication between fan groups and the isolation of these communities. The latter do not influence each other, to the point of “making a mess of things” according to him.

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