Why Call Of Duty Needs To Come To The Nintendo Switch
Ok so the Nintendo Switch is not the kind of thing we talk about much here at Mods “R” Us, but it is fair to say that the console has taken the world by storm. We feel that Activision needs to be working on getting a Call Of Duty game on the Nintendo Switch as the port of Doom proves, the Switch can handle an intense first person shooter experience.
Activision actually supported the Wii pretty heavily with Call Of Duty games, sure they were not as good as the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, but the support was there. They even released a Call Of Duty game (Black Ops II) on the Nintendo Wii U, but when that console failed to catch on with consumers, Activision lost interest.
With the Nintendo Switch though, we feel that Activision could have a monster of a hit on their hands with a Call Of Duty game. The console is more powerful than people give it credit for and we feel that even if they were to release an older Call Of Duty game like Black Ops 3, Advanced Warfare, Infinite Warfare…. Ok so maybe not Infinite Warfare, but Black Ops 3 or Advanced Warfare would be very well met, even though they are older games, the Switch (apart from Doom) has yet to have that huge first person shooter experience.
Activision has been rather quiet on the Call Of Duty on Nintendo Switch front, but with how they have supported Nintendo consoles in the past, we would be very surprised if one is not in the works right now, especially with how well the Nintendo Switch is selling.