Electronic Arts has had something of a storied history with Nintendo consoles. In 2013 after the launch of the Wii U which saw EA titles like Madden and Mass Effect 3, the company decided to shutter its development of Wii U titles after a financial report revealed that Wii U sales only accounted for about 1.3% of their total revenue that year. Since then, fans have been asking EA whether or not they’ll support Nintendo’s next console, the as-of-yet unannounced Nintendo NX. In a recent interview with the BBC, a spokesperson with EA confirmed that they’re in contact with Nintendo and that the company will produce Nintendo NX titles if it feels as though there’s a market for those games. “I personally and the company are huge fans of Nintendo, they’re the reason why I started making games, “We’re in constant communication with them and when they come to market something – and if it makes sense for us – we’ll be there.” So basically EA is saying the NX will have to account for more than 1.3% of their quarterly financial earnings in order for them to care about developing titles for the console. Nintendo has a big job on their shoulders when it comes to regaining third-party support. What do you think? local_offer electronic arts Nintendo wii u stars Further Reading Is Nintendo shafting Axiom Verge because of Dan Adelman? Nintendo doesn't need 3rd parties, says Stardock CEO Earthlock backers will get Switch version if it ever happens Zelda: Breath of the Wild Deluxe guide for $48 on Amazon Nintendo shares up 20% since Switch launch What's your dumbest death in Breath of the Wild?