Wii U Version of Call of Duty: Ghosts Uncertain

By Jorge Ba-oh 17.06.2013 3

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The Wii U version of Call of Duty: Ghosts may end up fading into nothing with confusing comments from producer Mark Rubin.

Last week Rubin suggested that there was a Nintendo Wii U version, however in a more recent follow-up he clarified his remark, suggesting that "I don't even know the answer to that... I was trying to say in the interview [that] I really don't know and I'm not supposed to talk about it."

GamesIndustry then quizzed Rubin into if the Wii U could handle the upcoming project, to which he replied - "I imagine [it could], yeah. If you look at the hardware specs, I think it would be more in line with 360 and PS3, but I'm not sure". Rubin suggests that a hypothetical Wii U version could "bump it up a little higher than that".

With that in mind, Call of Duty: Ghosts for Wii U once again returns to an "unknown" status and is confirmed for a number of platforms including Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Would you buy a version of Call of Duty: Ghosts for Nintendo Wii U?

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Call of Duty titles never do near the same numbers as they do on other systems - even when there's a mega install base like there was with the Wii. In that respect, it makes sense why they'd be wary considering the weakness of the Wii U's current situation. There has to be a return on investment to make the port worth while.

Still, these sort of titles are useful to have on your system; especially for Nintendo since their systems are typically light on FPS fare. If I were Nintendo I'd be working hard behind the scenes to make this happen.

edit: The heck is going on here? I make a news comment and I'm thrown into a forum thread? edit 2: Belay that remark. Normality has returned.

( Edited 17.06.2013 22:20 by Jacob4000 )

I'm glad he knows so much and is so clear about what is going on!  

Working like a fiend isn't very fun... and surprisingly isn't very fiendish either.

It's never a hardware issue. Ever.

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