After Microsoft and Nintendo agreed to bring Call of Duty to Nintendo platforms for at least a decade, Microsoft has detailed its plans for Call of Duty on Nintendo Switch.
in filing Submitted to the UK Competition and Markets Authority (via the edge), Microsoft has revealed that it believes the free-to-play and full-featured versions of Warzone and Call of Duty could have a home on Nintendo’s hybrid console.
“The game engine that powers Warzone is mature and has been optimized to run on a wide range of devices (from the Xbox One console released in 2015 to the Xbox Series X), as stated in part of the filing.”Warzone supports PCs with cards GPU released since 2015 (i.e. before the Nintendo Switch was released in 2017).”
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