A while back we reported on a rumour regarding the new Call of Duty entry coming to the Nintendo Switch, based on the fact that Beenox studio members were seen wearing CoD shirts. For those of you that don't know, Beenox has worked on the Wii U in the past and has had a hand in porting CoD titles to last-gen systems - but it's also not a company that's officially working on the new title - that honour falls to Sledgehammer Games.
Speaking of which, Sledgehammer Games co-founder Michael Condrey has apparently debunked such speculation in a recent tweet. When asked by a fan if the title could be heading to Switch, he replied:
Activision has been curiously reluctant to state definitively in its PR exactly which systems the game is headed to, and there's always a chance that Call of Duty: WWII could make its way to Nintendo's console after the other editions, but Condrey's comments do make it seem very likely that this new instalment is skipping Nintendo's console.
Perhaps Nintendo will surprise us later today? Let us know your thoughts by posting a comment.