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New listing points to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on Wii U

7:00 AM on 06.02.2014

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Is it or isn't it?

Although Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 had a great showing on the Wii U on a technical level, Activision sadly did not support the game nearly as much as it supported every other platform -- same for Ghosts. Now once again we're left wondering if Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will even hit the platform, but thanks to a new listing from the official E3 site, Wii U fans may have hope yet.

According to the listing the game will hit the Wii U, even though this is Sledgehammer Games' first time working on the platform. I'm sure we'll get final confirmation when more info comes at E3.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare coming to the Wii U? [COD Forum]

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