Is Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Coming to Nintendo Switch?

We all know about the Call of Duty video game franchise for more than a decade and still counting. Now, the franchise comes with a new edition of the first-person shooter video game named Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Treyarch, Raven Software, and Activision have come up with this new 6th version of the Black Ops lineup that’s currently in Pre-Order + Open Beta Early Access mode at the time of writing this article. Now, so many interested people are asking Is Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Coming to Nintendo Switch?

To recall, there a couple of popular gaming consoles or platforms available in the market like Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and one of the portable gaming consoles Nintendo Switch as well. Well, if a first-person shooter multiplayer with cross-play enabled video games can be played on a portable console anywhere at any time then it would be great to enjoy both the gameplay and time. But is there any possibility? Let’s find out.

Is Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Coming to Nintendo Switch?
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Is Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Coming to Nintendo Switch?

The answer is simply NO. Activision team has released the game officially for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Windows PC platforms. There is no official announcement available for the Nintendo Switch console yet.

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Even though the success of Call of Duty: Mobile and Call of Duty: Warzone game, it seems that there are compatibility or lack of hardware configuration preventing the game developers to release all the popular action games on Nintendo. So, the latest generation Black Ops Cold War is far away from the switch platform because it will require more action triggers as well as powerful system configuration to run the game smoothly.

However, there is nothing impossible and both the Nintendo Switch team and Activision team can figure it out in the upcoming years to overcome the compatibility issue. Till then we have to wait. Feel free to ask in the comment below for further queries.

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