Call of Duty Nintendo fans rejoice as, so far, the Wii U is not getting left out of the bunch when it comes to DLC. When you preorder Call of Duty: Ghosts on the Wii U at GameStop, you’ll be able to receive the Free Fall Dynamic Bonus Map.
Isn't that what they said about Nuketown when you originally preordered Black Ops 2 for the Wii U? While this is great news for Wii U owners and hopefully we will get the same experience across the board, I will believe it when I see it.
I just hope they don't do last year and remove it few days before release. It pissed off maaaany people, including me.
Still buying it for the ps4.
Do you ever have anything nice to say?
Well I own the Wii U and have a PS4 preordered. I would get COD on PS4 because it will have a MUCH more active community. But I won't be getting Ghosts. I will be getting BF4 :)
Yeah, every BF4 map will be a "Dynamic Free fall map".
I will partially agree with you on the more active community. More active but not larger as there will be over 4 million Wii U's out there by the time the PS4 comes along. There are only going to be roughly 1 million PS4 units available for launch as per the norm for console launches nowadays. However, more of that install base will be purchasing CoD compared to the larger install base on the Wii U.
So... Why are you here then?
Trolling. Seems to have worked.
Thanks captain obvious.
Bonus and DLC? What is that? I thought us Nintendo people didn't like extra-stuff. In fact, we order hamburgers no toppings (just meat and bun) and we eat our pancakes with no syrup. Shame on you Activision for treating us like normal paying customers. (the above was sarcasm)
I just eat the meat.
I just drink the syrup...
That is good. At least it might help Nintendo in what ever way possible.
That's good to hear. I'm glad that they're not ignoring the Wii U.
Gotta respect Activision for showing Nintendo Luv
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