Bethedsa's PR and marketing VP Pete Hines has suggested that the publisher may not be adding its support to Nintendo's WiiU.
Speaking in the latest issue of MCV (via VG), Hines said that Bethesda's "approach has been to put [its] games out on all of the platforms that will support them.
"So far the Wii hasn't fitted into that. Whether Wii U does down the road is TBD."
There is certainly plenty of debate as to whether Nintendo will do its upmost to gain third party support this time around. In the past Nintendo has certainly been found lacking when it came to getting the big name third party franchises on its systems.
At least this time around things have started off well. Batman Arkham City, Mass Effect 3 and Darksiders II are all currently confirmed for the system and although these are older titles (or will be by the time the WiiU arrives), at least it shows that Nintendo is making an effort.
It's hard to tell how much support WiiU will receive in the future, but that may very well depend on how well the system sells once it's finally released.