One of the biggest criticisms leveled at the Wii U right now is its seeming lack of third-part support, as more of the big publishers stop supporting what they consider last-gen consoles and move on solely to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. According to Nintendo Canada, you can expect to hear more from Nintendo on third-party support for the Wii U as there’s still more to come.
We still have those great, big third-party partners like Ubisoft who continue to invest in our platforms. In the next few weeks at E3 you’ll be hearing about more big third-party partnerships.
What projects will Ubisoft be bringing to Wii U in the next few months? We’ve yet to see Valiant Hearts just yet, but perhaps they’re planning a new Rayman title. What do you think?
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TAGS: E3 2015, Nintendo, nintendo canada, wii u