In a recent tweet in response to a question posed by a fan about how Nintendo IDs can be connected to the Call of Duty website if there are no plans to support the Wii U console, Activision responded by saying, “Hey there. Stay tuned for more Wii U releases.” Now it is unclear as to what this means specifically.
One way we could interpret this is that Activision is trying to tell us that a Wii U version of the game could be announced later. Another possibility, one that might not be such great news for Wii U gamers is that Activision is saying that they have other releases for the Wii U and that Black Ops 3 might not be one of them.
The reply is a little ambiguous so until we hear from Activision or Treyarch officially, try not to get your hopes up just yet. That being said, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 was released for the Wii U platform so for Black Ops 3 to arrive on the platform might not be that much of a stretch, or so we hope.