FIFA 13 is reported to be in development for Wii U. That's according to Eurogamer who say that the game is being worked on by a different team from the Xbox, PS3 and PC versions.
EA confirmed that FIFA 13 will be released for Wii and 3DS today but made no mention of a Wii U version.
The versions on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC have plenty of new features, chief amongst these is the new Impact engine which enables defenders to block attacking players using their bodies as well as their feet.
The first touch control system is also now more realistic, meaning that top class players such as Messi will be able to trap a ball with one touch while League 2 players may not be able to when receiving a long pass.
In a feature EA is calling Attacking Intelligence, attacking players will also benefit from improved AI, meaning players will move forward to support the striker. Dribbling has also been improved.
Can we expect these new features on a Wii U version? Who knows but, unlike FIFA 12 Wii, at least we know a Wii U version should be capable of competing with versions on other consoles.
Read CVG's FIFA 13 preview for more.