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Call of Duty Game For Nintendo Switch Hinted By Microsoft Gaming CEO

Call of Duty Game For Nintendo Switch Hinted By Microsoft Gaming CEO. Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer hints about the Call of Duty game’s arrival on Nintendo Switch, but currently, it is not confirmed which game it would be, perhaps Modern Warfare or Warzone.

At time of writing, it’s not possible to play an official Call of Duty title on a Switch. There are no Call of Duty games published for the platform or available on Nintendo’s digital eShop.

Call of Duty Game For Nintendo Switch Hinted By Microsoft Gaming CEO

Microsoft confirmed a $70 billion deal to acquire Activision Blizzard along with its major cash-cow, Call of Duty. The Microsoft Activision buyout has big implications for the gaming industry, and Playstation owner Sony has some major concerns – including about Xbox Game Pass, too.

Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer hints about the Call of Duty game’s arrival on Nintendo Switch, but currently, it is not confirmed which game it would be, perhaps Modern Warfare or Warzone.

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Call of Duty Game For Nintendo Switch Hinted By Microsoft Gaming CEO

Activision Blizzard isn’t under Microsoft’s umbrella yet, following another inquiry from the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority, among others. Despite the pending nature of the transaction, Spencer already has plans for the future of Call of Duty.

As a matter of fact, Spencer wants to take the Minecraft approach for Call of Duty, which is his way of saying, he wants to bring Call of Duty to every platform.

Microsoft Gaming’s CEO explained at the Wall Street Journal’s WSJ Tech Live Conference that he wants to expand Call of Duty – and not limit it.

Call of Duty Game For Nintendo Switch Hinted By Microsoft Gaming CEO

Spencer explains that he’s well aware that part of the success of Call of Duty is its availability. True to that, Call of Duty is available to play on PlayStation and Xbox platforms as well as desktops.

Call of Duty was also one of the first big multiplayer games to get crossplay support. Furthermore, Spencer hints at the plans to bring Call of Duty to the Nintendo Switch. This would echo an earlier statement he made soon after Microsoft paid an arm and a leg to acquire Activision Blizzard.

He stated that Call of Duty would stay on PlayStation, and also, currently, they have no future plans to make it exclusive to Xbox.

And on the next, he mentioned that Microsoft would “love to see” Call of Duty game on Nintendo Switch. While the Switch store already has some Call of Duty games, they are old and only have campaigns

Currently, there is no other detail available about this game for right now, but in my opinion, it won’t be Call of Duty Warzone or Call of Duty Modern Warfare II, and there’s the perfect reason for it.

If you don’t know, both these games are the largest games in terms of file size, and they are sized more than 100GB. However, the Nintendo consoles are made to support approx 50 GB to 70GB sized games.

And Microsoft doesn’t want to waste its effort or ruin players’ experience, so there is a high chance that it will introduce a different game by redeveloping them as it did for Call of Duty Mobile.

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