Over the last few years, Zordix has been pretty good to Nintendo platforms what with bringing four games over since 2011 and while Aqua Moto Racing Utopia is not out on Wii U yet, it is still coming.
So because E3 is around the corner now (next week, who’s excited?), we felt it was high time to check in with the Zordix team and see what do they make of E3 and what is the latest with regards to Aqua Moto Racing Utopia. (If you’re hoping for any Switch news, there won’t be any here today.)
Zordix are not at a stage they can reveal a release date, but the before mentioned Summer release is still on the cards and the Wii U version is coming along, which you can see for yourself right here, followed by a brief statement for Aqua Moto Racing Utopia:
— Zordix (@ZordixGames) May 12, 2017
“Well, the thing to say about AMRU for Wii U is that we’re now experienced developers for the platform, one of our all-time favourites; and we think we can deliver a very nice version. More news about that is on its way.”
As for what was said about E3, well that’s where it gets really interesting:
“Over the last few weeks we’ve had an extreme amount of interest with regards to bringing Aqua Moto Racing Utopia and Snow Moto Racing Freedom to the Nintendo Switch. Well, at E3 these and future games from Zordix will be shown to different partners interested in both digital and retail distribution; and there might even be a reveal of who we will collaborate with.
We have noticed that the Switch is the hottest hardware at the moment; and we have also discovered there is still an interest on the market for our games on the Wii U. All in all, for Zordix, this year’s E3 will be most interesting one for us.”
So by the sounds of things, it sounds like plenty of news can expected from Zordix in the coming weeks/months some of it may even be Switch related. (We can only hope right as that would be most exciting?) And just like that, this is where we’ll stick a pin in it, for today.
Source: Zordix PRTags: Aqua Moto Racing Utopia, Matti Larsson, news, Wii U, Zordix AB
This post was written by Jack Longman