Ubisoft has confirmed during its recent investor meeting that it will be scaling back support for Nintendo's Wii U console.
The French publisher — which has Assassin's Creed IV, Watch_Dogs and Rayman Legends all scheduled to hit the system before the end of 2013 — also stated that it expects a price reduction on the console in order to boost sales.
Ubisoft at investor meeting said it has reduced plans for WiiU following soft launch and expects price cuts given sales and weaker yen— David Gibson (@gibbogame) June 12, 2013
Ubisoft came under fire following its decision to delay former Wii U exclusive Rayman Legends and make it a multiformat title, but has been one of the console's staunchest third-party supporters, bringing Assassin's Creed III, Just Dance 4 and ZombiU to the system.
At E3, it revealed open-world racer The Crew, which notably isn't coming to Wii U.