Ubisoft is so far the biggest third party supporter of the Wii U, with half a dozen games scheduled for release on the new console this year alone. The list of Ubisoft Wii U games includes two exclusive titles, ZombiU and Rayman Legends. And there’s a big reason why Ubosoft will be offering both casual and hardcore titles on the Wii U. The company believes that Nintendo will please the hardcore gamers with the Wii U, both with first party games like Pikmin 3 and its support for third parties on the console.
“Nintendo will start to please the hardcore gamers with the Wii U”, Ubisoft’s Alain Corree told UK tech trade paper MCV in a recent interview. He added that the company will be “playing both fields” when it comes to offering games on the console, meaning that they’ll have both hardcore and casual titles. Some of the hardcore games include ZombiU and Assassin’s Creed, while titles such as Rayman Legends and Just Dance 4 are likely to please the family and casual gamers. Corree added that Ubisoft has been a strong believer in Nintendo’s new console “since day one”, and that they have a strong vision for its upcoming Wii U games.
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