Another one bites the dust for the Wii U, or so it appears. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has revealed to GameSpot that open-world game Dying Light will not be coming to Nintendo’s console after it was announced for both current and next generation consoles. The news comes promptly after EA’s Need For Speed: Rivals shirked the Wii U in favour of next-gen consoles yesterday, delivering a blow to fans of the franchise.
The open-world survival horror game is in development by Techland, who brought such titles as Dead Island: Riptide and Call of Juarez to both Microsoft and Sony platforms. But even with the likes of ZombiU and Resident Evil titles seeing success on the Wii U, Dying Light will certainly not be seeing the light of day on the Nintendo console. The title will launch in 2014 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.