Canadian developer Beenox, the hands and minds behind Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and ports of Call of Duty: Black Ops III, have recently posted something that has fans wondering. On Twitter, they posted a photo of their team with two members of the Canadian army. They cited realism in their games as the reason for the visit. Within the same photo members of the team are wearing Call of Duty, Activision, and WWII shirts.
Pretty safe to say we can assume Beenox is working on some kind of port for Call of Duty: World War II. The chances are high that this could be for the Nintendo Switch, but we haven't heard anything concrete about that yet. But of course, people are happy to buzz about rumors.
The console is still selling like mad, so it wouldn't make much sense for Activision to pass up the chance of getting their new hit game in the hands of many. All the companies involved with Call of Duty: WWII are being really secretive and playing things close to the vest. An E3 reveal is most likely. Are you excited?
Source: Nintendo Life