Ubisoft currently has no plans to release additional downloadable content for its zombie-survival Wii U title ZombiU, though it may be a possibility in the future, according to an interview in the latest issue of Official Nintendo Magazine UK, via NintendoLife.
In the interview, ZombiU multiplayer director Bogdan Bridinel said the team at Ubisoft Montpellier was able to include all the features they wanted in the game's initial release, and that add-on content is currently not on the table.
He also noted that some features and ideas were left out of ZombiU at release not because of a demanding development schedule, but because the team thought they simply weren't a good fit.
"A few things that we tried during production ended up on the cutting room floor, but this was because they didn't work out as well as we had hoped, not because the schedule forced us to," he said.
Bridinel said that if ZombiU is successful, then future downloadable content "could become a possibility."
Polygon has reached out to Ubisoft for details and will update this story with more information as we have it.
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