We were hoping and praying but, sadly, it didn't help. As Treyarch announced and reported, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is not going to be released on Switch. Well, it really is a bummer.

This info is coming directly from an interview that these guys gave for Twinfinite. They were asked directly whether the game is planned for the Big N's latest console and the reply was not positive.

While this is certainly sad, it's not surprising at all if you look at it. Until this point, none of the Call of Duty games were released on Switch so it comes as no surprise that the trend is continuing now as well. It's hard to come to a logical conclusion about why this is happening as Switch is definitely not inferior compared to PS4 and Xbox One when it comes to the hardware. But, anyway, we can still hope that they will change their opinion at some point in the future.

The game will be released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC on October 12 this year. Unlike its predecessors, we will not get a single-player campaign this time around. Instead of that, we are getting a brand new battle royale mode (Blackout) that looks......well, quite fun. And if you like blasting zombies, no worries, they will be back too.

There's not much we can do at this point other than waiting....and hoping for a better outcome for Switch in the future. Come on guys, make up your minds!