News: Ubisoft Bringing Watch Dogs, Splinter Cell: Blacklist to Wii U?

We already know that Ubisoft is a huge supporter of the Wii U following its announcements of a Wii U exclusive survival horror, ZombiU, a Nintendo-exclusive sequel to last year’s hit platformer, Rayman Legends, and a version of its upcoming Assassin’s Creed III which is set to make great use of the Wii U’s GamePad.

The company also revealed two new titles during its E3 conference – Splinter Cell: Blacklist, and a brand-new IP named Watch Dogs, although neither of these games were revealed for the Wii U system. For those of you that’re interested in these games, however, don’t rule at a Wii U release for either of them just yet.

Regarding Watch Dogs, Ubisoft are not developing a Wii U version at present, but are certainly considering it:

“Not at this time. We have so many titles in development for Wii U right now that we need to keep that team focused and this is a very, very ambitious game. But it’s not out of the question.” – Tony Key, Ubisoft senior vice president of sales and marketing.

And while there’s not so much hope for Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Canadian retailers BestBuy and Future Shop have listed Wii U versions of the games, so maybe they know something we don’t.

Would you like to see these two games appear on Nintendo’s system? We’d especially like to see Watch Dogs, as the E3 trailer showed off some fantastic-looking gameplay.

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