Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Confirmed, but No Nintendo Switch Version

Black Ops 4 Nintendo Switch

We were all excited to know which COD would be out this year, finally Black Ops 4 is confirmed for our nowadays Platforms. Treyarch is creating huge hype for the game and are saying this for all the fans, “Forget what you know.” The majority of us would agree that Black Ops is the most acclaimed series by COD fans, starting 2010 with their huge success game, Black ops 1. Despite the incredible confirmation of Black Ops 4, some Nintendo fans are not happy. The announcement has been made that a Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Nintendo Switch version isn’t happening.

All we know so far about the reveal and launch date for Black Ops 4 is that’s coming out October 12th for PS4, Xbox One and PC and it will be revealed May 17th.

Usually Black Ops Games come out in November, Black Ops 4 is one of the firsts to come out earlier.

Several sources report that old elements present on earlier games of the series will be left behind guaranteeing a hole new “boots on the ground” feeling, however there’s no official confirmation about it.

Recently, David Vonderhaar tweeted about Black Ops 4 saying that their team is “doing the best job ever done”, creating a huge expectation for us fans.

Black Ops 4 Nintendo Switch – Not Happening

The announcement has occurred on twitter via Charlie Intel that there will not be a Black Ops 4 Nintendo Switch version. As we know all Call of Duty titles launched for Nintendo Systems didn’t make much success, we had some titles like Black Ops 1, Modern Warfare 3, COD 3 for Wii, Black Ops 2 and Ghosts for Wii U but none of them ever reached the same success as on other platforms like Xbox 360, PS3 or PC. Due to this being the case, this may be the reason why Treyarch won’t be creating a Black Ops 4 Nintendo Switch version.


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