According to reports, Call of Duty will eventually arrive at Nintendo Switch
It seems that the Activision Call of Duty franchise will eventually arrive at Nintendo Switch in the near future. In the past, Nintendo as a whole has not been alien to the Call of Duty series. Both the Nintendo Wii and the Nintendo Wii U had several titles of Call of Duty on each platform at one time or another. However, since the launch of switch in 2017, Call of Duty has only appeared on PlayStation, Xbox and PC hardware. However, according to what an informant has revealed now, this should not be true for much longer.
According to a credible video game source that uses the @ralphsvalve username on Twitter, Nintendo Switch owners will obtain one of the most beloved Call of Duty games of all time at some time in the future. Specifically, that game in question is the Remaster of Call of Duty 4 Modern War. Launched for the first time in 2007, Modern_builder was converted into one of the most acclaimed titles by the criticism of the series and generated a great attraction that has ever lasted since then. In 2016, Activision ended up remastering Modern_builder for the hardware of the current generation, but since Switch was not available at that time, the Nintendo platform was not included. Now, it seems that Activision may be looking to bring world Modern to change all these years later.
One of the reasons why this launch could make sense is because Microsoft, who is about to own the Call of Duty series in the future, has already expressed interest in bringing the property to switch. However, given that most modern Call of Duty titles can probably not be executed on the Nintendo platform, it is logical that only the oldest delivery of the series have to be those that end up making the transition to the console. Given the continuous popularity of Modern_builder_ This entry makes a lot of sense to come to Switch at one time or another.
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