Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare does not come out on Wii U




The shooter Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will not come out on the Wii U, although there were two previous CoD games or to play on the Nintendo console. That says a co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, which develops Advanced Warfare.

The Sledgehammer Games founder does not say why Advanced Warfare is not true for the Wii U, but only let loose that it is a decision of publisher Activision, as can be deduced from his tweet . Black Ops II and Ghosts from the CoD franchise arrived in recent years it out on Nintendo’s console. As a result, it was in line with expectations that Advanced Warfare would be, although the announcement did not mention a Wii version. Playable also on the Wii U

A possible explanation would be that last CoD releases had little commercial success on the Nintendo console. The Wii targets a different audience than the consoles from Microsoft and Sony, which makes the cost of a Wii U version would be compared to the benefits. Too high might In addition, the console in recent times had few sales success, increasing the number of potential buyers of a Wii version will not exceed last year much higher. An E3-site reported in June, the new Call of Duty game or on the Wii U would come true.

Actvision announced CoD: Advanced Warfare in May and two weeks ago showed Sledgehammer first multiplayer mode. The game comes on 4 November for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.


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