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While taking questions during a Reddit AMA, Insomniac Games CEO and president Ted Price mentioned that his company is not working on any games for Nintendo’s Wii U.

“Wii U is something I’d consider more current ten—but we’re not working on games for it,” Price posted. “When it comes to PS4 I’m excited that they seem to [be] lowering barriers for independent developers. It’s cool to see almost weekly announcements from Sony explaining how they’re opening things up for indies. And of course I’m very excited to see what Microsoft announces soon.”

Price also touched upon their upcoming third-person co-op shooter Fuse’s absence from the PC scene.

“We wanted to make sure that we nailed it on Xbox 360 and PS3 before considering anything else,” Price wrote. “New IP, new engine [and] tools, new publishing partner. There was a lot of ‘new’ on the project.”

When asked about release Fuse PC—as well as other Insomniac games—Price replied tersely, “Maybe…stay tuned.”

Fuse lights up PS3 and Xbox 360 May 28 in North America, May 31 in Europe.

Insomniac Games Not Developing for Wii U, Considering PC

By | 05/14/2013 01:40 PM PT

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While taking questions during a Reddit AMA, Insomniac Games CEO and president Ted Price mentioned that his company is not working on any games for Nintendo’s Wii U.

“Wii U is something I’d consider more current ten—but we’re not working on games for it,” Price posted. “When it comes to PS4 I’m excited that they seem to [be] lowering barriers for independent developers. It’s cool to see almost weekly announcements from Sony explaining how they’re opening things up for indies. And of course I’m very excited to see what Microsoft announces soon.”

Price also touched upon their upcoming third-person co-op shooter Fuse’s absence from the PC scene.

“We wanted to make sure that we nailed it on Xbox 360 and PS3 before considering anything else,” Price wrote. “New IP, new engine [and] tools, new publishing partner. There was a lot of ‘new’ on the project.”

When asked about release Fuse PC—as well as other Insomniac games—Price replied tersely, “Maybe…stay tuned.”

Fuse lights up PS3 and Xbox 360 May 28 in North America, May 31 in Europe.

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