PlayStation criticizes Microsoft over "inadequate" Call of Duty offer

SIE President and CEO, Jim Ryan, just called out Phil Spencer.

This comes after the Microsoft Gaming CEO publicized what Ryan described was supposed to be a "private business discussion."

According to Ryan, Microsoft's offer to PlayStation is to keep Call of Duty on the platform for three more years once the current deal ends.

If we believe that the existing deal ends after the next Call of Duty game after Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 comes out, then PlayStation will not have Call of Duty by 2027.

Technically, Microsoft is just following the textbook definition of several, "more than two but not many."

It will be interesting to see how Microsoft will respond to Ryan's statement.

More importantly, we'd like to see PlayStation step up to find a way to compete as soon as Microsoft makes Call of Duty exclusive to the Xbox platform.