During Nintendo's second developer roundtable at E3 2011
this evening, Ubisoft CEO and founder Yves Guillemot spoke to his company's current Wii U
development, announcing that five games are currently in development for next year's Wii successor.
Among the titles were three announced yesterday during Nintendo's keynote address, as well as one surprising addition: Killer Freaks From Outer Space
. What's that, Yves? Spill it! He also reiterated the titles revealed on Tuesday in Assassin's Creed
, Ghost Recon Online
, and a Raving Rabbids
title. It's possible that we missed it during the roundtable, but it seems that one more title is still under wraps. We'll update this post as the presentations progresses, so keep it locked
Update: Killer Freaks From Outer Space
is being developed by Ubisoft Montpelier, and it's a "competitive first-person shooter." Apparently it'll be arriving sometime in 2012 alongside the Wii U. Our man on the ground JC Fletcher describes the teaser trailer as taking place in a destroyed London with only one type of "freak" shown. Players will aim WiiPad a la Face Raiders
at the various freaks before shooting their faces off.