By Ishaan . September 17, 2012 . 11:00am
The only game that Capcom have announced for the Wii U thus far is Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, but more are on the way, says Capcom USA’s senior vice-president, Christian Svensson.
In reply to a member of the Capcom forums who asked about Wii U support aside from Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Svensson stated: “For now, that’s what we’ve announced. Yes.”
He continued: “And there are many thousands of people who are thrilled with the announcement of what is our currently largest brand coming to Nintendo’s existing portable and new console platform. The significance of that should not be underestimated.”
In another thread, Svensson replied to a similar query, this time confirming that other Wii U projects are indeed in the works.
“I have to be careful what I say here as it will surely be overanalyzed and misinterpreted to be more than what I’m saying,” Svensson warned.
He then confirmed: “We have other projects in the works beyond MH3 Ultimate. Unfortunately at this time I can not provide any details. I’m sure as someone who is interested in Wii U and a Capcom-Unity.com member, you won’t be able to miss news of future projects when they finally do get announced.”