Despite having an "unprecedented partnership" with Nintendo just a couple of years ago, Electronic Arts seems to be making no effort with games for the Wii U at the moment.
Speaking to Kotaku, a representative for the company said the following:
We have no games in development for the Wii U currently.
However, on a more optimistic note, this may change in the future, but for now there is very little activity in EA's camp for Nintendo's latest console.
We've already suspected something like this due to recent reports that the gaming giant wasn't giving any information on a FIFA 14 release for the Wii U, or that for the first time in twenty two years, Madden NFL would be skipping a Nintendo console.
Back in 2011, EA and Nintendo's partnership was a pretty big deal; former CEO of EA, John Riccitiello, took to the stage after Nintendo's E3 presentation to announce the partnership, but since then it's clearly deteriorated.
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