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Call of Duty: Ghosts for Nintendo Wii U coming, release date and trailer


It’s official, Nintendo Wii U consumers will finally get to taste the action of Call of Duty: Ghosts. The game would be released for the Nintendo Wii U platform on the November 5, revealed on the official Wii U Facebook page and game’s Twitter account.

“On 11/5, Call of Duty: Ghosts arrives on Wii U with an all-new world, story, and powerful next-gen engine,” posted on both social networks. It means that Call of Duty: Ghosts for Wii U will include some special features and gameplay that makes use of the Wii U’s gamepad and motion controllers. Though no specific details have been given out.

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Activision seems to be trying out their best to bring quality games to the Wii U platform, and the release of Call of Duty: Ghosts might just be the beginning. In a press release Eric Hirshberg, the CEO of Activision said, “We’re committed to doing everything we can to support the Wii U.”


The release of this game is not just good news for Wii U consumers only; the game will also be available for other leading platforms including the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC at the same time. However, Ghosts will be the only M-rated game launched on the Wii U platform by Activision. Other titles that will be available for the Wii U in the near future include Wipeout Create & Crash, Skylanders SWAP Force, two ports of Angry Birds games, and a new version of SpongeBob SquarePants.

With a good number of games being released for the Wii U, Nintendo consumers will finally have something new to look out for. The Wii U has not been of the consoles preferred by publishers, and many of them have already abandoned the platform completely. Moreover, Pikmin 3 will be released for the Wii U on August 4 and should add to the excitement for consumers who own the console.

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