The offer is meant to increase competition in the market and thus help the company proceed with the Activision acquisition.
Microsoft continues to try and move its Activision acquisition deal. Insiders say that the company is going to get the European Commission's approval with an offer of licensing deals to rivals.
According to Reuters, the company might also have to propose other "behavioral remedies" to put concerns to rest.
"Our commitment to grant long term 100% equal access to Call of Duty to Sony, Steam, NVIDIA and others preserves the deal's benefits to gamers and developers and increases competition in the market," a Microsoft spokesperson commented on the situation.
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