Since Call of Duty: WWII was announced rumors began to run it is on its way to Nintendo Switch, unfortunately, everything seems to indicate that the reality is very different, since Sledgehammer has no plans to bring the FPS title to this platform.
Bret Robbins, creative director of Sledgehammer Games, confirmed to GameSpot that, for now, they do not plan to bring Call of Duty: WWII to the new platform of Nintendo. Taking into account that there have been announced versions for PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360, it seems that you can only enjoy Call of Duty: WWII on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
This is not the first time a member of Sledgehammer talks about it. Through his Twitter account, Michael Condrey, head of the studio, said that the arrival of WWII was a decision that depended on the high command of Activision.
So, Nintendo fans will have to spend another year without playing Call of Duty on a console of that company. As you know, the last installment of the franchise that was available on a Nintendo console was Call of Duty: Ghost, which came to Wii U in 2013.
Call of Duty: WWII will arrive on November 3 on PlayStation, Xbox One and PC.
Not currently. That a conversation for the ATVI business guys, tbh
— M.Condrey WWII @E3 (@MichaelCondrey) June 10, 2017