The lights are on
This fall will see a number of new titles from Activision, with Call of Duty leading the way into the holiday season. The remaining titles are a bit more casual, with the exception of Skylanders: Swap Force (which has captured the hearts and wallets of many adult collectors).
Here's the complete list:
This covers most of Activision's fall lineup. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, a downloadable title, is coming to Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. Diablo III hasn't been announced for Wii U, but news would probably come from Blizzard directly if that were to change.
Our TakeThis is good news for Wii U owners. It's no surprise that Skylanders is arriving on the platform, but Call of Duty's appearance was unknown for some time. Black Ops II wasn't best on Wii U, but it was absolutely competent and a good way to enjoy the series if no other options are available. I'm happy for those who prefer that platform that they'll be able to enjoy it.
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Sounds good for the Wii U really like the system and hope it gets more recognition!
At least COD and Skylanders will be there :/
Another Call of Duty on Wii U? This I gotta play...
Glad to hear the Wii U is getting big games like these.
I will probably get Ghosts for the Wii U. I'd be lying if I claimed not to like Black Ops II on there. I still haven't finished the single player campaign, but my girlfriend and I poured over 70 hours into some online bouts--which ran quite nicely.
And for free.
Is it just me or does it look like a *** is on the face of the skull in the picture?
Glad I kept the faith because I'm toally getting this version. It may not have the +2 graphics bump, but at least it has a few more options than the others. Second screen gameplay and Wii remote controls.
You guys didn't even support dlc for BO 2 on the WiiU. No more CoD for me. Especially from IW.
CoD Ghosts being ported is such old news that it needs medicine to go to sleep at night.