On May 17, Treyarch and Activision officially revealed Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. The duo shared tons of interesting details related to the game: First look at the multiplayer, Battle Royale Mode “Blackout”, Zombies Mode, and many other things. At the reveal event, Black Ops 4 was confirmed for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. No one from the development team talked about the Nintendo Switch version and whether or not it is even in development?
Our friend at Twinfinite recently sat down with Yale Miller (Senior Producer at Treyarch) and Matt Scronce (Gameplay Designer at Treyarch) to talk about the studio plans of Black Ops 4 for Nintendo Switch. When asked: Whether there is any plan to bring any aspect of Black Ops 4 to Nintendo Switch? Miller replied: “No there is not”.
This response of Miller shut downs the long pending rumor on the internet that Treyarch will bring only the Battle Royale mode of Black Ops 4 to Nintendo Switch.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will launch on October 12. For the very first time in Call of Duty history, Black Ops 4 PC version will be available via “Battle.net”. In case, you missed out all the information that was revealed by Treyarch and Activision at the reveal event, check out our Summary Article detailing everything that was showcased: “Blackout Map Size, Specialists Returning” and more.