Nintendo’s plans to give its Wii U users an all new Star Fox Zero game during the holiday season this year will not work. Star Fox Zero will come up on the Wii U only early next year. Nintendo was designing the new Star Fox Zero game to be made available on Wii U for the holiday season. But, its plans will not be feasible from a Facebook post posted by the popular Nintendo game designer Shigeru Miyamoto.
The development of the Star Fox Zero game is going on smoothly and is progressing well. The developer feels that there are some little gray areas that they need to work on that is taking a bit longer than they expected. Shigeru Miyamoto says that the design team is looking to offer the Wi U users something out of the world through the Star Fox Zero game.
They are working on the level designs as well as want to offer players the experience of playing the game on two screens. Shigeru Miyamoto says that the design team is working on the concerns that were raised by the fans when the game was revealed earlier at E3.
Shigeru Miyamoto added in his Facebook post that Nintendo will now be bringing the game to Wii U during the first quarter of 2016. The Star Fox Zero is a new title given to the Star Fox series of games coming up on Nintendo. This will be the first new title in the Star Fox series in over a decade.
This game is one of the most anticipated games to come out on Nintendo’s Wii U. The company was hoping to boost the sales of Wii U this holiday season in America with this new game title. It is competing with the likes of the popular gaming consoles Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation in the North American markets.
Now, Nintendo will have to rely on the new Super Mario Maker to boost its holiday season sale in America. The new Super Mario game will give players a chance to build their own Super Mario Bros. levels. There is also the paintball style multiplayer shooting game called Splatoon offered on Nintendo’s Wii U to woo kids as well as adult shooting game enthusiasts.
Splatoon has been doing brisk business and has helped Nintendo to top 10 million unit sales for the very first time on the American soil.