One of the problems Nintendo had with its Wii U was the abandonment of other developers, however, it seems that everything will change when NX will exit, as Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment said they are willing to give support Nintendo’s next console.
Warner Bros. has launched several games throughout the life span of Wii U, and now it seems that it is also willing to support the next platform of the company, Nintendo NX.
During an interview, David Haddad, president of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, said that the company will continue to support the next consoles from Sony and Microsoft, but what caught the attention most was the inclusion of Nintendo also.
“We have great relationships with all the console platforms. We believe we play a role in each of them,” said Haddad to GamesBeat, when questioned whether the company will support the new consoles from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo.
“What I saw with the announcements that were made at the show [E3 2016] — I’m fairly bullish about he console cycle, about gamers spending time on them and finding great content,” he continued. “We’re constantly deciding how to navigate that, but supporting them is not a question for us.”
For now, the only important games coming to Warner Bros. Nintendo systems is the series of LEGO, with Dimensions and The Avengers that arrived in recent months. Now, it is possible that in Nintendo NX more shares of the company are available, then remember that they are responsible for games like the series of Batman: Arkham or The Witcher: Wild Hunt.
In related information, we know that the Nintendo NX will arrive in early 2017, but for now we have no details on the console. In addition, the only game we know for this console is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which will also be available on Wii U.