Activision currently has no plans to bring Activision's latest military shooter, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, to the Nintendo Switch.
This comes by way of Twinfinite last week at the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 unveiling event. During a roundtable interview, they asked Black Ops 4 senior producer Yale Miller if there were plans to bring the game to Nintendo's popular hybrid.
The answer was short and sweet with Miller saying, "No there is not," to any suggestion that there are plans for Black Ops 4 on the Switch at this time.
During the Black Ops 4 event last week we learned several new things about Treyarch's latest entry into the Black Ops sub series. Like the rumors suggested, there will be no single-player mode for the game. Instead, Black Ops 4 is taking a very interesting multiplayer-only approach to the game, with narrative elements weaved into the various multiplayer classes and modes like zombies and battle royale.
For more on Black Ops 4, head on over to our everything we know about Black Ops 4 guide for the full details and trailers. There's also a Black Ops 4 beta coming to consoles for which you can find details on how to join here.