EA’s lack of support for the Wii U has been dominating the headlines about the struggling console. It hasn’t helped that company employees have been slinging mud at the console as well. Though EA’s view on the console is only one perspective, there are others, Ubisoft for example, that are quite confident in Nintendo’s potential with the Wii U.
In a recent statement, Ubisoft reaffirmed their committment to the console.
“As with any new console, it takes some time to grow an established base. Ubisoft has a varied and high-quality line-up for Wii U, with more big titles on the way including Rayman Legends, Watch Dogs, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag and Splinter Cell Blacklist. We’re confident that this will help in continuing to attract gamers to the Wii U system and that Nintendo will take steps to ensure that the Wii U is successful in the market.”
Nintendo also came out to reveal their upcoming lineup of first party Wii U games earlier this week at Nintendo Direct. Luigi U, Pikmin 3, The Wonderful 101, and a new exclusive Sonic title was revealed to be arriving in ahead of the fall.