Sledgehammer Games has so far been a bit vague about whether or not the new Call of Duty: WWII will be available for the Nintendo Switch, but no more.

Previously, the developer stated that it has no current plans to bring the military shooter over to the recently released hybrid console. While clear, the statement did leave the possibility that perhaps the situation might change with time.

During a recent Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything), Sledgehammer Games was asked once again to clarify its stance on a Nintendo Switch version of this year’s installment. The response was short but precise. Call of Duty: WWII will not release for the specific console, neither at release nor afterwards.

The news is hardly surprising, especially when considering the hardware limitations of the console. Nonetheless, studio head Michael Condrey already explained last month that the decision to skip the Switch was made by the “business guys” at Activision and not the working development team.

This makes it another Call of Duty installment that will not arrive for a Nintendo console. The last installment in the popular military franchise to do so was Call of Duty: Ghosts for the Wii U, and that happened back in 2013.

Call of Duty: WWII is scheduled for an official release on November 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. In accordance with the partnership between Sony and Activision, owners of PlayStation 4 are guaranteed a 30-day early access to every expansion pack released in the game’s life.