The Call of Duty publisher is yet to unveil any titles for Nintendo's new platform, but said that announcements are incoming.
"We take our time to get our ducks in a row before pulling any trigger," Activision's Eric Hirshberg told GamesIndustry International.
"We don't have announcements today but we will be supporting Wii U."
Treyarch's Mark Lamia echoed the claims, hinting at a possible Black Ops 2 port.
"We obviously have been a Nintendo developer for many years and have created many Call of Duty games on the Nintendo platform. [Wii U] is clearly a more powerful platform than its predecessor and... they obviously have a unique controller and interface," explained Lamia.
"And they announced a Pro Controller which appears to be a controller that would be really good for first person shooter games. It just so happens that's what we specialise in," he added.
When pressed about a Black Ops 2 port for the Wii U, Lamia said: "It's difficult to say because it's something we're not talking about. I'm intentionally being elusive because we're not talking about it!"
Leaked scans from the latest issue of Nintendo Gamer were discovered yesterday, listing Black Ops 2 for a November release on Nintendo's new platform.
Neither Nintendo nor Activision has confirmed the release, with the magazine yet to go on sale to the public.
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