Nintendo may have had an interesting show at E3, but they didn’t reveal any details on when the Wii U would be out. This was taken care of by a Sega executive who let it slip that the console would launch next spring or summer.
EVP of marketing Alan Pritchard made the mistake when asked if Sonic Generations is coming to the platform: “Generations releases this November, and the Wii U is coming out next spring/summer.”
He added that a new game would be better suited for the platform, noting that it is “more likely to be a separate stand-alone installment or in conjunction with a multiplatform release in the future.”
Here’s to looking forward to the Wii U next spring/summer.