Insomniac Games has not ruled out bringing its upcoming co-op shooter Fuse to Wii U, CEO Ted Price told Digitally Downloaded.
This comes just days after Price's Reddit AMA in which he confirmed the developer is not currently making any titles for the Nintendo platform, while describing the Wii U as more of a current-gen platform.
Price went into further detail as to why the developer didn't decide to bring Fuse to Wii U from the get-go, explaining:
"We have to be selective because it's easy to start to stretch yourself too thin. So we're careful about where we go. One of the questions I got a lot of early on was 'why aren't you developing for the Wii U?' and the answer was simply bandwidth. We had to focus on delivering a great game on multiple platforms, but there's a point where we had to make hard choices, and for us we needed to limit the number of platforms for Fuse."
However, Price wouldn't rule out a port in the future.
"We're not ruling out anything in the future," he said. "We are a content creator and we want to reach as large of an audience as we can."
Insomniac Games will release Fuse on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on May 28 in North America.
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