It seems that Modern Warfare could come to Nintendo Switch.
Call of Duty is undoubtedly one of the most important sagas in the video game industry. For many years it has managed to dominate the “First Person Shooter” genre, having as its only rival the Battlefield saga, which we can say was aimed at a different audience. Since it became popular we have seen games of the saga for multiple platforms, including one for Wii U and another for PlayStation Vita. For this reason, and because of the success of Nintendo’s hybrid console, It seemed strange that Activision had not made the decision to release some Call of Duty for Nintendo Switch.
With the announcement of the purchase of Activision by Microsoft, numerous rumors began to emerge about the future of the franchise, and one of the ones that most excited fans around the world was The arrival of this franchise to Nintendo Switch, thanks to a few words by the companies themselves, which left the door open to this possibility. Now it seems the rumors have gotten stronger, thanks to a Twitter user who is known for leaking other industry details, which is to say we can give him credibility.
Specifically, in the thread that interests us, details are given about the arrival of different remasters of the franchise for current consoles. Specifically in the last tweet belonging to this thread (or at least the last one published at the time of writing this news) is where the Call of Duty that would come to Nintendo Switch is discussed. Specifically, this user commented that “MW” would be being developed for the Nintendo hybrid console, or in other words, that a remaster of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare appears to be in development for this console.
This would not be surprising, given that there is already a remastering of this title for other consoles such as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, that is to say, that they would just have to work on bringing that title to Nintendo Switch. This is probably a way to measure the interest in the saga within the community of users of this console, but it still seems that we will have to wait a while to know if these data are real or not. for now it is better to take them with caution.
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