Nintendo’s consoles have always been about exclusive first-party titles, with only a few important third-party games being developed and released on their consoles. Next-gen console, Wii U, is not the exception to this rule, and since its release the console has suffered from the lack of 3rd party titles.
To make things even more worse, Ubisoft has just announced that they will stop releasing mature games on Wii U, the last one to be released being Watch Dogs. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot told Game Informer that Wii U owner don’t buy games such as Assassin’s Creed. He also revealed that only 3% of the company’s sales in the first quarter of 2014 were resulted from Wii U titles.
The company will still be releasing casual games on Nintendo next-gen console in the future.