Developer Zordix has announced that it will be bringing its jet ski racing game Aqua Moto Racing Utopia to the Wii U. The game features completely new water tech to make the tracks more realistic, as well as the ability to compete in both local and internet multiplayer matches. Matti Larsson, CEO of Zordix spoke highly of the Wii U in the team’s press announcement, stating:
We aim to bring that easy going and flowing control scheme from Aqua Moto Racing 3D for the Nintendo 3DS to a larger stage on the Nintendo Wii U. We feel that this game deserves the best possible tech and in the Wii U we get the chance to excel. A budget several times larger than earlier games in the series has amongst other things enabled us to work on some new and revolutionizing water tech to really w(h)et your appetite for the game!
Aside from the new water tech, the team promises to bring new environments from their previously released title, Aqua Moto Racing 3D, which was a Nintendo 3DS release. Currently the team has not announced a release date for this new title.
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