Electronic Arts has stated that it is in fact currently making games for the Wii U.
Despite producing titles for the Wii U, the publisher is still not getting its Frostbite 3 engine to run on the console.
, the publisher claimed that it currently had no games in development for Nintendo's newest console. However, EA chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen has confirmed that the company is in fact working on Wii U titles after all.
Speaking at the Sitfel Nicolaus 2013 Internet, Media and Communications Conference, Jorgensen did state that EA is still focusing more on games for the upcoming Playstation 4 and recently announced Xbox One, but that it is also supporting Wii U.
Jorgensen did not however confirm exactly which games the publisher was working on, as it is still the case that Dice's Frostbite 3 engine does not run on the Wii U and this engine underpins many of EA's upcoming titles.
Work on getting the Frostbite 3 engine to run on the Wii U was abandoned following tests by Dice which means approximately 15 of EA's upcoming titles will not be launched on the Wii U. This includes Battlefield 4, Dragon Age 3, the next iteration in the Mass Effect series and any of the publishers as-yet unannounced Star Wars games.
The EA Sports mainstays Fifa and Madden will also be avoiding the Wii U due to their disappointing sales on Nintendo's previous platform, as reported by Eurogamer.