Call Of Duty: Ghosts May Or May Not Come To Wii U (Maybe)

Does Call of Duty Dog feel threatened by Nintendogs? Weeks after the official announcement of Call of Duty: Ghosts, it's still not very clear whether or not the game is coming to Wii U.

Activision has been sketchy about the prospect of its next big first-person shooter coming to Nintendo's console for quite some time now, and last week, things got even more confusing when Call of Duty: Ghosts executive producer Mark Rubin implied to GameSpot that it will indeed be on Wii U, in addition to PC, Xbox 360, PS3 and other next-gen consoles.

But wait! Today, GamesIndustry.biz put up its own interview with Rubin, in which he said that he doesn't actually know yet.

"Ha! You know that's funny, because I don't even know the answer to that," Rubin told the trade site when they asked about a Wii U version of the next Call of Duty. "I swear to God, I don't. I was trying to say in the interview [that] I really don't know and I'm not supposed to talk about it. I'm not supposed to talk about the fact that I don't know."

Well then. We asked Activision, but they wouldn't comment any further. So we can only assume that Call of Duty: Ghosts is coming to Wii U... or maybe it isn't.


Comments

    Something has to be going on with Activision and Nintendo, there would be no reason for this confusion if it was a normal port.

    I know there's probably a bunch of people excited from this news... but I sure as hell don't know any of them!

    Nintendo console owners are often the playthings for Western publishers anyway.

    Those three Wii-exclusive RPGs that Americans got all sensitive over a while back got a lot of publicity and people did the marketing for Nintendo America for free.

    I'd put money(ball) on Bobby Kotick hoping the same thing happens for Ghosts.

    Operation 'DogFall'.

    It depends on Wii-U install base which depends apon software support, classic chicken and egg scenario which Nintendo certainly isn't helping by releasing yet another Mario Kart,Smash Bros. and Pikmin Etc. and not Zelda and a proper new Mario.

      Ah, yet another mario kart. FYI, MK Wii has sold near 34 million copies, and Wii Fit/Plus have sold over 42 million copies together. If Nintendo wants to drive the install base, they've picked exactly the right games to push out over the next year.

      Smash Bros. would most likely help move more units than any "New Zelda" or "Proper new Mario".

    you know that it was confirmed at e3 for wii u right serious kotaku learn to not lie or print rubbish

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