Nintendo is clearly far from giving up on the Nintendo Wii U platform. This is being made evident with the many claims that there are several unannounced first-party and third-party games in development that have yet to be made known to the public.
There has been a major lack of third-party support for the Nintendo Wii U since its launch. This has caused a lot of angst among gamers due to the fact that they just have not had that much to play.
That is all about to change though with the coming second half of 2013 and beyond, according to Nintendo.
Third-party support is expected to really pick up steam as Nintendo’s own Satoru Iwata confirmed.
During an investory question and answer session recently. Iwata addressed many of the concerns that gamers currently have.
He stated that “There are currently a small number of announcements of new games by third-party software developers for Wii U. I am not in a position to discuss the software to be launched by the third-party developers in detail, but there are more key titles to be announced by them.”
This is great news for gamers, but who and what exactly are making these key titles. Could this mean that games such as Grand Theft Auto V are in development in a port form for the Wii U, or something different?