Ubisoft Cites Wii U as their Development Inspiration

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With little to no third party support from developers and engines, as well as losing some exclusive titles such as Rayman Legends, it may come as a surprise that Ubisoft wants to stick with the Wii U. In an interview with IGN during E3, Tony Key, president of Ubisoft’s sales and marketing laid out the company’s plans for maintaining their relationship with Nintendo’s new console. They anticipate a huge emphasis on the mobile market and plan to have you use your smart phone while interacting with their games:

We really believe that the second screen can add a new dimension to gaming. We’re still big supporters of that system. We have just as many games coming out on Wii U this year as we did at launch. So we like the second screen. We think there are opportunities with all these games to extend them – to another person…

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