If you were excited about the prospect of the next Call of Duty game coming to the Nintendo Switch after some leaks hinted that we might be seeing it on the console, Sledgehammer development head Michael Condrey has some bad news for you.
When asked by a fan on Twitter whether we’d “see” Call of Duty: WWII on the Switch, Condrey replied:
Not currently. That a conversation for the ATVI business guys, tbh
— M.Condrey WWII @E3 (@MichaelCondrey) June 10, 2017
While “not currently” isn’t a straight-up “no,” it doesn’t sound like Activision-Blizzard (“ATVI” is Activision-Blizzard’s moniker on the NASDAQ) has any immediate plans on making a deal with Nintendo.
That being said, if there were plans for a Nintendo Switch port, Sledgehammer would probably not be the development team to work on that. Previously, developer Beenox, an Activision-owned development team that specializes in ports, tweeted out a photo showing them meeting with actual soldiers “to talk to us about their experience and their jobs.”
We will see Call of Duty: WWII on Xbox One, PS4, and PC when it’s released on November 3rd. The official multiplayer reveal will take place at E3 2017 on June 13th at 10:30 a.m. PT, so be on the lookout for more details as we get them.
Source: My Nintendo News