Activision is excited about Wii U’s potential
While it’s not official, it’s more or less confirmed that Activision will bring Call of Duty Black Ops 2 to the Wii U. According to the latest issue of MCV magazine, Activision’s Vice President of production, Daniel Suarez, the guy who oversees all games made by the publisher, said that he’s “really excited” about the possibilities of the Wii U GamePad and its asymmetric gameplay. Last year when the Wii U was unveiled, Activision CEO Bobby Kotick said they were “super excited” about the new console.
“I’m really excited by the potential of what the tablet can do”, he said, adding, “The [Wii U] is differentiating itself from everything else, just like Nintendo did with the Wii”. Earlier this month it was revealed that Activision would be bringing Call of Duty Black Ops 2 to the Wii U, but it’s still not official. It looks like they’re taking their time to create a decent GamePad integration before showing anything off to the public. Hopefully we’ll see more Activision Wii U games announced as we get closer to launch. A Call of Duty game as a launch title would really help the Wii U, especially if it manages to use the controller to aid the gameplay.