The recent announcement of Unity support coming to the Wii U had some wondering if the relationship between Nintendo and Unity may extend beyond the upcoming console. Not so, explains Unity’s Tracy Erickson.
The company’s development relations officer clarified to NintendoLife that the Wii U is, at the moment, the lone focus in its agreement with Nintendo.
“Regarding Nintendo 3DS, that’s kinda like asking about Pikmin 4 when Pikmin 3 hasn’t even come out yet,” she said. “The relationship between Nintendo and Unity has reached an exciting new level and we’re focused on Wii U.
“Timing is important here since the console launches in this year, too. While there are no current plans to support Nintendo 3DS, we’re always looking at what platforms make sense for us to support, where developer demand is, and the opportunities available for our developer community.”
The Wii U is set to arrive in late November.