Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is Activision's next bash at its money-spinning franchise, taking place in the not-too-distant future and featuring exoskeleton suits that allow you to do stuff that others could already do in Titanfall. Jaded cynicism aside, it's likely to be one of the biggest releases of the year, and will sell enough copies to add a little extra depth to that comfy money-rolling pile in Activision HQ.
Announced for various platforms, its absence on Wii U wasn't a particular surprise, as even when these titles have come to Nintendo's system they have often been announced late in the day. The latest clue that it will be confirmed for Wii U comes from an official E3 website, listing it as a supported platform.
We can go through the whole cycle once again then, as we wonder whether Activision will indeed release the game on every platform apart from the Atari 2600, or whether it'll break with recent precedent and leave Nintendo out.
Considering the fact that Wii U hardware numbers will likely enjoy improved numbers this year, and the continuing support from Activision with its other major behemoth, Skylanders, odds are positive.
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