Although EA Sports’ FIFA 13 will be coming to Nintendo’s forthcoming console, the developer hasn’t revealed any Wii U-specific features. The executive producer of FIFA 13, David Rutter, is excited for the Wii U because the Wii U GamePad’s screen can offer a different perspective of things within the game. Rutter didn’t want to share any details about the Wii U version of FIFA 13 so that other developers won’t borrow any ideas prior to the game’s release.
Are you personally interested in it as a system?
“It’s pretty exciting actually. I’ve been talking to a bunch of the guys about the games that they’re working on here, and about what they want to do with Wii U or with SmartGlass and stuff like that. And if you look at it from a different perspective, I’m not going to tell you exactly what because it’s kind of competitive advantage, I think there were a few kind of ‘wow, that’s a pretty cool way of looking at it’ moments, so that idea of a second screen, I think it has some really, really big positives.”