Wii U launch titles will not look much different than the current-generation systems’ games because developers are not completely familiar with the Wii U hardware and are not using its full potential. According to The Gamer Scene, there are two multiplatform titles – that haven’t been revealed to the public – coming to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U.
The games are “big third-party titles” – one is a driving game and the other is a first-person shooter. Compared to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, the Wii U versions of the unannounced games will boast a higher texture resolution and will look much better.
“According to my source, whom I will keep anonymous, who has actually had play time with the Wii U, yes it is. I have spoken with him many times previously and he told me, and even showed me drawings, of the 3DS XL way before it was announced and Nintendo were still prototyping it a year ago (yes, so soon after launch as some of you may be surprised to hear).”
“At launch, of course, we won’t expect to see the best out of the system because developers can’t just get the max out of a system that they have had for little under 2 years; just look at the difference between Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune (2007) and Uncharted 3 (2011). But the 2 titles that he has seen have been superb, he said, and they are both multiplatform games. The Wii U will boast a higher texture resolution that what we will see in these games compared to the PS3 and 360 versions, making it look much better.”