Speaking with Eurogamer, Konami producer Dave Cox said that the extra budget and need to add around 20 people to developer MercurySteam make a Wii U port infeasible for the moment.
"Game development is about managing resources," Cox told Eurogamer. "You say to yourself, can I take on another 20 people? It's just a nightmare to manage at this point. That's the only reason why we're not doing any other formats."
Cox didn't rule out a future Wii U port, but at launch the game will only appear on PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.
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According to Crytek's founder, CEO, and president, Cevat Yerli, Crysis 3 was up and running on the Wii U, but a lack of support from Nintendo and Electronic Arts meant it was never going to make it to retail.
Resident Evil: Revelations producer Tsukasa Takenaka has confirmed that the Wii U version will allow players to play the game entirely on the GamePad screen.
Takenaka confirmed that the game would allow off-screen play ironically (and jokingly) so that the game can be mobile. In an interview with Official Nintendo Magazine, He said "There's a joke going around in Japan at the moment about using off TV Play to play your Wii U games on the Bullet Train, as long as you get one of the seats with a power outlet, so we wanted to make sure Bullet Train play was possible with Revelations."