The relationship between Call of Duty and Nintendo consoles has never been the most idyllic, and the last title in the series published on Wii U, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, failed to return the same feelings on competing consoles.
According to allegations made by the development studio of Beenox, who previously was in charge of porting the shooter series on other platforms, the arrival of Call of Duty: WWII on Nintendo Switch is however not to be excluded. Specifically, the software house has not explicitly mentioned the new title of Sledghammer Games, except to say that they are working on something involved with the Second World War. You can check the studio mentioning about it over here.
According to a previous rumor, Call of Duty: WWII for Nintendo Switch could be announced during the Nintendo Direct that which will be transmitted to the E3 2017.
As you know, on the official website of Call of Duty you can link your account to the profile of PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE and Steam, as well as your Nintendo account. This option has recently been integrated after being removed in 2012, shortly after the launch of Call of Duty Black Ops II on Wii U.
We invite you to consider this news as a simple rumor, and pending further information we remind you that at the time, the release of Call of Duty: WWII is scheduled for November 3 on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.