Just in case you were wondering, EA is still pretty adamant in its plans of not making anymore games for Wii U. According to EA’s chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen, the company doesn’t want to support any new system right out of the gate. If the market share isn’t big enough, Jorgensen believes it’s not worth it be on board unless things change for the better.
“We don’t make games anymore for the Wii or the Wii U because the market is not big enough, the PS Vita – the Sony product – we don’t make games for that anymore because the market is too small, so it’s all about the size of the market,” said Jorgensen.
“As one of the largest software producers we have all of the manufacturers of equipment coming to us to try to sell us on their equipment and giving us development kits to try to build software for it. So we’ll build software for various ones but we’ll really wait and see how big the market is going to be.”