Kotaku just posted an article up about it.
"We have no games in development for the Wii U currently," company spokesperson Jeff Brown told Kotaku yesterday. He did not rule out the chances of EA developing for the Wii U again. EA publishes many of gaming's biggest franchises, including Madden, The Sims, and Battlefield.
Unprecedented partnership? So much for that.
Considering the Wii U has failed to take off, I guess I can understand. It's just weird that out of the big three publishers, EA is the one backing out completely. Ubisoft still has stuff like ACIV, Splinter Cell and Watch_Dogs coming to the Wii U and Activision will still have Call of Duty: Ghosts. The lack of Madden and FIFA is what's going to hurt Nintendo's platform the most.
That being said, for me personally, this doesn't matter since I don't like EA's titles.
I don't want to sound like a Nintendo defender, but pulling out your support now seems weird. Nintendo hasn't released their core titles yet to move consoles. Super Mario U and Mario Kart U could very well push more units in Holiday 2013.