Call Of Duty WWII, the next entry in the series currently in development by Sledgehammer Games, has been confirmed only for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, but there's the chance that it may reach other formats.
A few days ago, Beenox, the team behind Modern Warfare Remastered and the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Black Ops III, tweeted something interesting regarding the visit of two representatives of the Canadian Army, a tweet that's likely related to the Call Of Duty series.
— Beenox (@BeenoxTeam) May 12, 2017
With Call Of Duty WWII not launching on previous gen consoles, many are speculating that the team might be working on a Nintendo Switch port of the game or an entirely new entry in the series which could take advantage of many of the console's unique features.
Even though the game is still far from release, WWII is setting out to be a huge success. Last week, Activision confirmed that not only pre-orders are off to a good start, but also that most of the social media negativity has gone away. Not a small feat, considering the reactions to Infinite Warfare last year.
The reveal trailer has become the most liked video in Call of Duty history, and also now has the most organic views of any Call of Duty reveal trailer we’ve ever made. We also set a new high watermark with the views of the live stream. That’s both for Call of Duty and for Activision overall. And the livestream also was extremely positively received, with a 95% like to dislike ratio. And then probably equally important as the positive indicators is the – that the negative social media sentiment, which you know we – was an issue last year, has virtually evaporated at about 0.2% at reveal.
Call of Duty WWII launches this November on PC and consoles.