A recent ESRB rating has revealed that Stealth Inc 2 may not be a Wii U exclusive as previously thought.
Originally announced on 1st May 2014, Curve Studios revealed that the much anticipated sequel to Stealth Bastard was indeed a Wii U exclusive thanks to their blossoming relationship with Nintendo. Managing Director Jason Perkins even said \”We love Nintendo and we want to give Iwata a hug\”A new ESRB rating has revealed that the game has been tested for Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Playstation Vita & Xbox One.
Looks like Stealth Inc. 2 is no longer Wii U-exclusive. It was just rated by the ESRB for PS4, PS3, Vita, and Xbox One.
— Colin Moriarty (@notaxation) November 10, 2014
Looking back at the original announcement, Perkins indicated the game was destined to be a Wii U exclusive thanks to it\’s Gamepad-centric features “Whenever a Wii U game gets announced, people clamber all over it. We really feel being a bigger part of that smaller selection of titles could be good for us. We will be doing other Wii U games as well. To really, properly give Iwata a hug. We’re not nervous. It’s a good decision for us.\”
Since the Stealth Inc 2 announcement, Curve have announced several more Wii U eShop games including Lone Survivor: Director\’s Cut, Thomas Was Alone & The Swapper. Curve was also the developers behind WiiWare and DSiWare titles Fluidity & Fluidity: Spin Cycle. Our very own Shawn Long reviewed Stealth Inc 2 and said
With tons of content, top-notch graphics and audio, and pin point controls, Stealth Inc. 2 is an easy consideration for one of the best eShop games of 2014. Couple that with amazing local co-op that uses the GamePad in an excellent manner, and you have possibly one of the best overall Wii U games of 2014.