'Call of Duty: WWII' is not coming to the Nintendo Switch.
Sledgehammer Games senior creative director Bret Robbins has revealed the developers have "no plans" to bring the upcoming first person shooter game - which will be released on Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC systems in November - to the new Nintendo hybrid console.
The decision to skip the Switch puts 'WWII' on a long list of 'Call of Duty' games that have failed to make it to Nintendo consoles, with 2013's 'Call of Duty: Ghosts' being the last game to get a port on a Nintendo system when it was released for the Wii U.
Bret made the confession to GameSpot.com during E3 on Tuesday (13.06.17), where the developers released the first multiplayer trailer for the game, which opens for beta testing in the summer.
Recently, Sledgehammer's boss Michael Condrey revealed details about the game's multiplayer mode which he believes fans will "go bananas" over as it takes the franchise back to "where it began".
He told GamesRadar: "This arsenal of World War II weapons and the signatures of those weapons were really uniquely defined. Obviously, we have the classics that people know and love like the SMG-44 and the Garand, the rifles, the SMGs like the Thompson or the Grease Gun - but clearly shotguns and LMGs meant things, and the battlefields would respond.
"There's so many real varied engagements in World War II that really lend itself well to saying, 'Hey, these were real battle sites, they were very different in their strategy and we have a real world arsenal of weapons that you will have to manage in order to be successful there.
"For fans in general, a return to the strategic, grounded fast action of multiplayer where we began? Frankly, people are going to go bananas. It's going to be great."