CEO praises Nintendo's focus on a robust online platform.
Wii U is a console much more in tune with the games Activision tends to produce, CEO Eric Hirshberg has told investors during an overnight earnings call.
"I think most of the consensus, and we wholeheartedly agree, we think that Call of Duty looks great on the Wii U," said Hirshberg. "We think it's a big step in the right direction for the types of games that we tend to make. The focus on a more robust online platform and the more - the increased processing technology makes it a very legitimate experience. We think it will be a legitimate platform for the franchise."
Speaking more broadly about Wii U, Activision president Bobby Kotick believes the console will be a success.
"I wish I could give you a more complex answer, but the truth is we can't really talk too much about next generation console plans, but I think it's safe to say you have a Wii U coming out, and there will be another new console coming, and we expect that they'll be very successful as they have been for 135 years at Nintendo."
Black Ops 2 will be available alongside the Wii U on November 30 in the UK.
Source: Seeking Alpha