Activision's 2017 Call of Duty outing is taking the series back to its roots, but at the present moment in time the publisher has remained curiously silent on exactly which systems the WWII epic will be coming to. PS4 and Xbox One are a dead cert when it comes to consoles, but the lack of solid confirmation has triggered some speculation that the Switch might get its own version.

That speculation has now gone up a notch thanks to a social media post by Beenox, the Canadian developer responsible for creating the Wii U and Wii versions of Skylanders: SuperChargers and the two Amazing Spider-Man games for Wii U, as well as many other ports.

To create games always more realistic, we have had the pleasure of receiving two representatives of the Canadian Army for us to talk about their experience and their job!

Why is Beenox posting Call of Duty-related content to its social accounts? Well, the studio was responsible for last year's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and the last-gen ports of Call of Duty: Black Ops III, so it does have a prior connection with the series already. However, many Switch owners will be hoping that the link is more to do with Beenox working on a Nintendo version of Call of Duty: WWII. With no Wii U, PS3 or Xbox 360 version forthcoming, what else could Beenox be working on that is Call of Duty-related?

We will no doubt find out for sure at E3.

Thanks to Ballzilla for the tip!

[via twitter.com, badfive.com]