As announced by Phil SpencerCall of Duty will also arrive on Nintendo consoles for ten years, the Redmond house is committed to maintaining the multiplatform series after the acquisition of Activision Blizzard King, but this news has opened a real pandora’s box.
The Washington Post has published an article about it and from this arise some speculations about the future of Nintendo consoles. If it is true that the current Nintendo Switch models do not seem to have the necessary power to guarantee a good Call of Duty-themed experience, it is equally true that the agreement could push the Kyoto house to speed up the timeline for the launch of Nintendo Switch 2.
Phil Spencer does not specify whether the regular chapters or perhaps the spin-offs of the saga or perhaps the “Legacy” versions with different contents will arrive on Nintendo consoles, in any case Nintendo Switch, Switch Lite and Switch OLED they don’t seem to perform well enough to guarantee a high-profile experience with productions of this kind.
Nintendo could therefore move faster than expected on the market with the aim of launching the successor to Switch within the next two years, hypothetically between 2024 and 2025. However, this is only speculation and therefore we invite you to take the information reported with due precautions.
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