Battlefield 3 was shown off during Nintendo's Wii U showcase at E3 but the game's lead designer has told Official Nintendo Magazine that he's still trying to think of a "breakthrough idea" for the new Wii U controller.
"We definitely see potential in the Wii U," Patrick Liu told us. "But I wish I had the breakthrough idea for how to exploit the new controller."
EA's big first-person shooter is coming to Xbox 360, PS3 and PC next month but with the Wii U not due for release until 2012, Liu still has plenty of time to come up with an idea.
He added: "We're definitely looking into what kind of new stuff we can do with Wii U. I don't have that idea yet.
"Nintendo has surprised us so many times before. I was one of the sceptics when the Wii came out and it proved us wrong. I think they're going to prove a lot of sceptics wrong again."
Earlier this year EA President Frank Gibeau said that Wii U had helped them uncover new ways to play Battlefield Wii U.
You can read more about Wii U in the November issue of Official Nintendo Magazine which goes on sale on Thursday 22 September.