The Xbox One and PS4 are fast approaching with both of their launches coming up this November, but one of the companies that will be at the forefront of next-gen gaming, believes Nintendo should not be forgotten about.
In a report from CVG, EA Labels head Frank Gibeau talked about while the Xbox One and PS4 are coming up, the company wants to be sure to still support Nintendo and the Wii U.
"Our position on the Wii U is you never should count Nintendo out. We've published four games on the Wii U, we've supported the platform and now we're monitoring it and watching how it evolves. Right now our big focus is on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and that's where our resources are going," Gibeau said.
EA has clearly been supportive of the Wii U, but it'll be interesting to see how much support they continue to provide for the system, with games being made for the Xbox One and PS4.
Gibeau then discussed the amount of IP that EA has lined up for Xbox One and PS4 over the next few years and how many IPs people should expect each year.
"Yeah so we've now got half a dozen in development. We've announced a couple of them, Mirror's Edge and Battlefront, but we've also added some as well. The last time I spoke about this we hadn't done the Star Wars deal, so there's those games too.
"And of course there's the new IP. We're going to try and announce the new projects in the next couple of years - so in years two to three in the next gen cycle, the plan is each year you'll see one to two new IP from us coming out. This year we have new projects too - UFC is new to EA and of course there's Titanfall," Gibeau said.
EA has a strong lineup for the Xbox One and PS4 this November, with franchises like Madden, FIFA, Battlefield, Need for Speed and others hitting later this year. For all of our latest exclusives, previews, reviews and features, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. Game On.