EA have pledged that they will begin to support the Wii U again, but only when the system sells more units. The remarks were made in an interview over atJoystiq where EA Labels President Frank Gibeau spoke about their lack of games on the console.
"The only thing they can do to fix it is to sell more boxes. We're a rational company, we go where the audience is. We publish games where we think we can make a great game and hit a big audience, and make money. That's why we're here, that's why we have an industry."
In response to this Nintendo of America's head of corporate communications Charlie Scibetta has said, "We're confident that once some of these games come out that we have planned between now and the holiday and into 2014, that it will help drive theinstall base and when that happens the platforms will look more enticing to third parties."