This trend has already started, with Rocksteady’s new Batman: Arkham Knight which was released for next gen devices, and listed both PS4 and Xbox One and also PC support, but no support for the WiiU platform. This, despite the fact, that both City and Origins were released for the WiiU.
This trend will only be growing, and with many publishers launching or soon to launch games for these new devices, the third party support will dry off as soon as the publishers go full next gen.
The PS3 and the Xbox 360 is what is keeping the third party support for the system alive, and even then it is not going to be enough for the WiiU console as it is not getting the last few old generation only titles like the Lords of Shadows 2, South Park or Dark Souls 2.
For Further Reading:
- Why WiiU Is Believed To Be Dead By 2016 (Part I)
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- Windows Phone estimated to surpass iOS, Android by 2016: IDC
- How To: Learn To Hack Harmony Remote Control For More Devices (Part – II)
- How To: Learn To Hack Harmony Remote Control For More Devices (Part -I)
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