Based on a few social media posts and a change to Call of Duty’s official website, Activision’s Call of Duty: WWII or another CoD title may be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Beenox, a game development studio under Activision’s wheelhouse, revealed their work on a Call of Duty title over Twitter last week.

The tweet translates to: “We have two representatives from the Canadian army who tell us about their experience and their job!”

Beenox is not new to the Call of Duty series, being responsible for last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and worked heavily on the ports of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. More interestingly, they have strong ties to Nintendo systems as well. The Canadian development team had created the Wii U and Wii version of Skylanders: SuperChargers, the two Amazing Spider-Man games for Wii U, and more.

Furthermore, Activision has updated their Call of Duty website allowing you to link your Nintendo Account to your CoD profile. Previously, you were only able to link your PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, and Steam accounts.


It’s important to note that this functionality was not available during any other Call of Duty launch, including Infinite Warfare.

Unfortunately, Activision has yet to announce any plans they have with Nintendo to bring the Call of Duty series to the Switch. However, we may receive a surprise announcement during E3 as both companies will be in attendance.

Call of Duty: WWII is confirmed to release on November 3 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, but there’s no confirmation or announcement yet on a Nintendo Switch version.

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