Wii U Interface Performance Will Be Better by Summer

Posted by at 2:05 pm on March 8, 2013

Wii ULet’s be blunt the Wii U’s user interface can be very slow at times and the Big N needs fix the speed issues soon or sales will tanks once all the fan boys and girls get their Wii U.

Well the big N’s Shigeru Miyamoto in interview with  Time magazine said “We think that by this summer, the system is going to be very much improved over how it’s performing currently.” He noted that interactions between various applications are more easily tested in the wild, “to understand how they’re using those features and what they’re doing as they’re switching between them.”

A system update based on Nintendo’s observations of user behavior and Wii U performance is due this spring. “What we want to do is make sure that when we release it, that we address as many of the different opinions about how people would like to see the system improve as we can at once. We hope to cover a wide range of requests while simultaneously ensuring it’s a very stable update to the system.”

Now when it comes to the 105-3102 error code that has hit Japan, Nintendo says an update is due in April. Whether the update contains these upcoming UI fixes, or is just focused on fixing the error, is unclear.

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