If you were expecting to get some Call of Duty lovin’ on the Switch, we’ve got some bad news: Call of Duty: WWII won’t be coming to the Switch.
Speaking to GameSpot at E3 2017, Senior creative director Bret Robbins said that there are currently “no plans” for Call of Duty on the Switch.
While this doesn’t mean that we definitely won’t Switch version of Call of Duty, we just aren’t sure yet. Sledgehammer co-founder Michael Condrey stated that “That’s a conversation for the ATVI [Activision] business guys, tbh.”
While a Switch version isn’t in the works currently, perhaps we may see a port after it’s launch date on November 3rd? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
In other Call of Duty related news, the private beta will commence this August, check out the schedule below:
The Call of Duty: WWII private beta will start on August 25 for PS4 users and will run until August 28th. Xbox users will have to wait an extra week for beta number two which will start on September 1 and will run until the 4th.
Check out the full time and dates for the beta down below:
- BETA Weekend 1: PS4 Only
- Starts: August 25 at 10AM PT
- Ends: August 28 at 10AM PT
- BETA Weekend 2: PS4/Xbox One
- Starts: September 1 at 10AM PT
- Ends September 4 at 10AM PT
To participate in the beta, players will have to pre-order the title. In addition to the detailed private beta, new multiplayer gameplay has been released.