Call Of Duty: WWII has been confirmed for PC and console and many gamers are hoping that the game will also launch for the newly released hybrid console, Nintendo Switch. However, it seems that it won’t be happening as Activision has confirmed that the game will not come to Switch.
According to Activision representative, who told NintendoEnthusiast that Call of Duty: WWII will not be coming to Nintendo Switch. However, no details were revealed as to why the game will be skipping the hybrid console. This would come as a disappointment to those who were hoping the game will launch for Switch.
While the game might not be coming to Switch but, that does not mean there might no Call of Duty releasing for the hybrid console. Recently, developer Beenox posted an image on social media that sparked speculations that they are working on Call of Duty: WWII for Switch.
However, there is a chance that Beenox is working on a completely new Call of Duty title for Switch as it makes no sense to invite war heroes to your studio and discuss their experience if you are working on a port. Secondly, Call of Duty 2017 is set in World War II so having a discussion with historians and ex-military would have resulted in a more productive discussion.
In related news, Sledgehammer Games has also revealed that the Zombies mode will be based on true events. Given that Zombies are fiction one would assume that Sledgehammer Games to compromise on the historical authenticity to feature the hordes of undead. However, the studio intends to keep the authenticity even for the zombie’s mode.
Call of Duty: WWII is a first-person action shooter in development at Sledgehammer Games and is scheduled to launch on November 3, 2017, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.