No decision has yet been made on whether or not the Wii U version of Call of Duty: Black Ops II will offer the new Season Pass.
Activision announced yesterday that it was scrapping subscription charges for its CoD-based social network Call of Duty: Elite. Instead it will now offer players the chance to sing up to a Season Pass.
However, it has not yet decided whether or not Season Pass will be offered to Nintendo gamers, though the publisher remains hopeful.
A representative told CVG that the company is "working with Nintendo on the possibility of releasing theCall of Duty: Black Ops 2DLC Map Packs and the DLC Season Pass for this new gaming platform".
Nintendo has stepped up its digital game of late, offering its first ever Mario DLC in the shape of new levels of New Super Bros 2. However – as always – it looks like things are going to be more complicated for third parties.