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When Activision announced Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, confirmation of a Wii U edition of the game was sadly lacking.

While this is the first entry in the series to get a genuine push on next-generation platforms, PS3 and Xbox 360 players will still be able to join the party, albeit with a version produced by a different team. Given the existence of "last gen" editions, one would have hoped that Nintendo owners would be getting some FPS love — but so far, Activision hasn't spoken of it.

However, by digging into the source code of the official Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare website, a reference to Wii U can be found:

Does this mean Nintendo's console will be getting its own version of the futuristic shooter? Maybe. Wii U being included in the site's code could be a throwback to a previous version of the site (it's possible that it was built on top of the code for older CoD sites), or it could be a placeholder that was inserted a while back just in case the Wii U version became solid reality.

Or it could mean what fans will want it to mean — Activision is working on a Wii U edition of the game and is keeping it under wraps for some reason.

This isn't the first time we've had our hopes built up, of course. Before E3, a listing on the official event website got everyone excited, but Activision made no confirmation of the game coming to Nintendo's system during the conference.

What are your feelings on this? Would you buy the latest CoD on the Wii U even if it did see the light of day? Share your feelings with a post below.