An Activision spokesperson told Kotaku: "We are currently evaluating options for Call of Duty Elite to support Nintendo's Wii U game system, however Call of Duty Elite for Call of Duty: Black Ops II will not support this platform when the game launches on November 13."
The news arrives just days after Activision admitted it's possible that the Wii U version of the shooter won't support DLC.
On Monday the company told CVG that it's "working with Nintendo on the possibility of releasing the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 DLC Map Packs and the DLC Season Pass for this new gaming platform".
Activision has reworked the CoD Elite service, which will no longer feature separate premium and free tiers. Instead, all service features will now be free to all, with additional game content to be delivered in four separate packages, which are available to pre-purchase with the Black Ops 2 DLC Season Pass.