It seems obvious. Of course EA is working on games for the Wii U. But if E3 was any indication, you might have thought otherwise.
But, EA executive Frank Gibeau, speaking to CVG, has stated that EA is working on games for Nintendo's new console, but it just hasn't announced them yet.
"We've got a couple of more games in development for Wii U and we'll have a bigger line-up for Wii U than we did on the Wii," he said.
"It is the first next-generation platform coming out so we're really supporting it.
"Just looking at E3 and where we're at, we wanted to hold our fire a little bit on a couple of the other games that we're working on. We'll have more announcements this summer on the rest of the Wii U line-up."
EA did announce Mass Effect 3 for the Wii U, but nothing much else was shown or discussed at E3. I can think of a fair few uses for Wii U's new controller — particularly for sports games, and by sports games I mean FIFA because that's the only sports game I play!
Regardless, good to see that EA does plan to support the Wii U at launch, although what the support entails, specifically, remains to be seen.