SteamWorld Dig coming to Wii U

It's been a hit on 3DS and PC and now SteamWorld Dig is setting its sights on Wii U.


SteamWorld Dig first released on 3DS, but it has slowly made its way to several platforms since then. After making its way to PC, developer Image & Form announced intentions to hit PlayStation 4 and Vita. Now the old-western Steampunk platformer is setting its sights on Wii U with a fall release in mind.

Image & Form made the announcement on their website (via Joystiq), noting that Nintendo's home console is a "perfect platform" for their game.

SteamWorld Dig centers around a robotic cowboy named Rusty, who sets out to investigate the town's mines. Along the way, he finds gems and loot within their walls, along with plenty of danger.

More information on the Wii U version of SteamWorld Dig, including release date and price, are expected soon.

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