Call Of Duty: WWII Will Not Be Coming To The Switch

There were rumors about Call of Duty: WWII coming to Nintendo Switch. Apparently though, this is not happening, at least for the time being. It appears that the developers of the game have other plans to focus on.

According to Daily Star, Call of Duty: WWII will not be heading to the aforementioned joy-con, contrary to what most fans were expecting. Nevertheless, it is confirmed to be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. This big reveal was made during the presentation of Activision at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).

One of the studio's very own representative made it clear during the said event. Unfortunately, he did not provide any explanation as to why the video game company did it. Rather, they assured the audience that the highly anticipated titles will be coming to the above-mentioned platforms.

While it holds true that The Great War-themed game Call of Duty: WWII will not make its way to the hybrid console, Activision iterated that it does not mean close doors. Simply put, fans might, in one way or another, see the game on the console sooner or later, as reported by GameSpot. The studio also did not reveal any details about the game coming to any other versions of the next-gen consoles.

Interestingly, there are rumors that the video game company is planning to release a different Call of Duty: WWII on Nintendo Switch. Some believe that this needs a lot of legwork, thus the studio decided to keep things under wraps first. While this is definitely an interesting thing to look forward to, it should be taken with a grain of salt.

In fact, PVPLive reports that Activision has already started letting various Call of Duty gamertags being tied into several Nintendo accounts. This is not to mention the fact that Activision in the past has developed games exclusively for the past Nintendo consoles. If there is truth to any of this, then it is safe to say that the company will drop a huge announcement later on.

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