In an interview with Official Nintendo Magazine, Treyarch's Mark Lamia said that the studio would do everything it could to make the games as similar as possible.
"Whereas we're able to create the same assets that can be displayed on the PS3, PC and the 360, we actually have to do quite a bit of work both on the technology and the assets and the investment is heavy to get it working on the Wii," he said.
Black Ops will be the studio's fourth shooter on the Wii, which Lamia says shows huge commitment to Treyarch's online fanbase.
"What we want to be able to do is create the most intense, the most cinematic 'you can't believe this is running on the Wii' situation that you could imagine.
"That's what people expect from Call Of Duty. They expect to be blown away. We're going to blow you away."
Call Of Duty: Black Ops is due to be released on November 9, 2010.