It looks like a port of Call of Duty: WW2 might be coming to the Nintendo Switch if current speculation is to be believed.
I say “speculation” because this isn’t necessarily a rumour, but a series of individual events which suggest that Activision could be readying a version of Call of Duty: WW2 for the Nintendo Switch. So, what’s the deal?
First thing’s first, Activision-owned developer Beenox, based out of Quebec, Canada, shared a picture on social media of some of the team posing with members of the Canadian army. In that image, one team member was wearing a Modern Warfare Remastered t-shirt, the other a Call of Duty: WW2 t-shirt.
— Beenox (@BeenoxTeam) May 12, 2017
On its own it’s not really that much of a big deal as Beenox helped with Modern Warfare Remastered and with them working closely with Activision on Call of Duty games, it’s natural that team members would represent their games with merch.
Now, this is when things start to heat up slightly. Activision reportedly removed the ability for players to add their Nintendo Accounts to their Call of Duty accounts as far back as when Black Ops 3 launched and failed to return when Infinite Warfare launched.
If you are to create a Call of Duty account now, however, the ability to link your Nintendo Account has once again returned adding more fuel to the Nintendo Switch fire.
Adding even more, website BadFive is also reporting that an anonymous source claims that Nintendo will announce Call of Duty: WW2 for Nintendo Switch during a Nintendo Direct broadcast around E3.
Of course, this could all just be clutching at straws and I’d take this information with a pinch of salt. The idea is certainly interesting, however.