Wii U appears to be missing out on Call of Duty: Ghosts’ clan system

Posted under News, Wii U
October 29, 2013 by (@NE_Brian)
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It’s looking like the Wii U will be missing out on a fairly major feature included in Call of Duty: Ghosts.

Other versions contain a unique clan system so that players can create and join clans across multiple platforms. Activision’s official FAQ for the feature, however, makes no mention of Wii U.

Clans in Call of Duty: Ghosts will include deeper in-game integration and more features, from in-game Clan Management and Clan–specific playlists to the all-new Call of Duty Clan Wars game mode available in the new Call of Duty app. This year also introduces cross-platform Clans, allowing players to create and/or join a single Call of Duty: Ghosts Clan across the following platforms: including Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.

One fan decided to follow up with Activision’s Dan Amrich on Twitter after noticing the Wii U’s absence in the FAQ. Unfortunately, Amrich’s words weren’t too encouraging.



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  • Mark

    Ironic that his twitter page says “Obey Wheaton’s Law”, yet he surely doesn’t. After reading through many of his tweets, I kind of hate Activision now. He may clarify that he is not Activision (and vice versa), but unless Activision comes out and states he does not speak for them (please share a link if you have seen this statement from them), he reflects very poorly on them. On the bright side, I have no intention of buying Ghosts, so I don’t care. But it does suck and is complete BS, for those that do want to enjoy this game on their Wii U. We all know the Wii U supports cross platform support.

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