Call Of Duty: Ghosts Finally Confirmed For Wii U

Posted on August 28, 2013 at 6:18 am

Remember when Call of Duty: Ghosts was announced earlier this year? Activision said it was coming to each major console, however the Wii U logo was noticeably absent from the launch trailer. This ended in months of speculation going to and fro on whether the subsequent title inside the franchise would indeed make its option to the Wii U.

Well, Activision finally put an end to the theory today by announcing that decision of Duty: Ghosts will make its technique to the Wii U q4. It’ll launch day and date with the present gen versions of November 5.

“As we have got said before, we’re committed to doing everything we will to support the Wii U, that is why we’re excited to be bringing a number of the best entertainment franchises on the planet to the platform this year,” said Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision Publishing, Inc. “The Call of Duty franchise is still one of the crucial powerful forces in gaming and Skylanders continues to enchant new fans around the globe. Our studios was hard at work creating modern immersive experiences ideally fitted to the Wii U platform and our fall lineup has something for every person.”

So, will Call of Duty: Ghosts offer any kind of exclusive Wii U features? In the mean time, Activision is solely saying that the Wii U version will include “Wii Remote and second-screen Wii U GamePad support.” We will be able to only hope that Activision may even push to release DLC for Call of Duty: Ghosts at the Wii U. Treyarch still hasn’t released any of Black Ops II DLC for the Wii U version, and it’s looking like they never will. a bit assurance would go along technique to convince Wii U gamers that Infinity Ward isn’t going to screw them over on DLC.

If Call of Duty isn’t your thing, Activision can also be releasing Skylanders SWAP Force, Angry Birds Trilogy, Angry Birds Star Wars, Spongebob Squarepants: Plankton’s Robotic Revenge and Wipeout Create and Crash at the Wii U later this year. They’re not exactly what you’ll call core games, but Nintendo needs all of the third party support it may get. Activision is among the few third parties which can just throw cash at products that could or would possibly not succeed, especially when going up against Nintendo’s own games this holiday season.

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