Electronic Arts has said a lot of things when it comes to the Wii U. From saying that there are no games in development to Frostbite 3 being incompatible, it seems like the company is doing an awful lot of backtracking these days. Now EA Games Label Executive Vice President Patrick Söderlund is at it again, saying that Frostbite 3 is compatible with the Wii U but getting it running is not high priority for the company.
However making Frostbite 3 work on the Wii U is not impossible. Where there are gamers, we’ll be there as well. This is the true meaning of “omnidirectional”.
At this point, it looks like Electronic Arts is covering its bases now that its chosen partner Microsoft has lifted all of their DRM restrictions so that gamers have more choice when it comes to used games. Electronic Arts is perhaps considering the fact that previous statements made about the Wii U were a terrible business decision.
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