A few days ago, Microsoft Gaming's CEO Phil Spencer stated the company's "desire to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation" in regards to concerns about the company making new Call of Duty games Xbox exclusive after acquiring Activision Blizzard.
Well, it seems that fans can be relieved as Activision plans to release at least the next three Call of Duty games on both Microsoft and Sony consoles, as reported by Bloomberg. The upcoming games will include a new Modern Warfare game from Infinity Ward, the next Call of Duty game from Treyarch, and a "planned new iteration" of Call of Duty: Warzone.
However, bear in mind that the acquisition is still not official yet as the agreement is still pending regulatory view and Activision Blizzard shareholder approval. It's expected to close sometime in 2023 so we still can't be completely sure of the Call of Duty series' fate. Looking back, Microsoft is willing to release its franchises on other platforms too such as Minecraft and Starfield.