Ubisoft’s Optimism for Wii U

Ubisoft has been a major source of turmoil for many Wii U owners recently, they have delayed Rayman Legends to a release late this year, which many Wii U owners were looking to playing sooner rather than later, nevertheless, Ubisoft has shown increadible support for the Wii U system, with both Assassin’s Creed 4 and Watch Dogs announced for the system.

In an interview with Edge Online, Executive Director at Ubisoft, Alain Corre spoke about how he feels Nintendo should proceed with into the future with the Wii U and his own personal thoughts on a price cut for the console.

Also being aside from wanting a price cut for the Wii U console, Corre has re iterated that very early support for the system has been beneficial for Ubisoft in the long run.

Now despite fans being upset that Ubisoft have delayed Rayman Legends, no one out there can deny that Ubisoft has been a pretty damn strong supporter of the Wii U console thus far, with launch titles such as ZombiU and Assassin’s Creed 3, Ubisoft continues to bring its titles to the console, we’ll likely see more positive reactions from French Publisher.

In other news, we are not getting a brand new Zelda game this year of course, but you all know by now that Wind Waker HD is coming to the Wii U as a gift to the loyal Zelda fanbase, we here at Sky Sanctuary are very excited to see the game in full HD with updated visuals, but the folks over at Cubed3 wanted to know how Win Waker will play on the Wii U console before we manage to get our mitts on the game.

Below this news article is a mockup video showing what Nintendo might possibly do with the game and what fans can probably expect.