Rumours suggest that a modified version of the title could hit the console.
A new rating issued to a "modified" version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution by the Australian Ratings Board has led to speculation about the series' arrival on the Wii U.
Awarded an MA 15+ rating for its "strong themes, violence and sexual references" (via CVG), the March 1st classification describes the title as having been modified.
While this could be more DLC for the series, this revelation follows on from Linkedin comments made by Wii U porting expert Straight Right's Chris Slater, in which he claimed to be working on a big title adaptation for Square Enix.
"Working for Straight Right on a short term contract, porting a triple-A Square Enix game to the yet-to-be-released Wii U platform," he said in an online posting that has since been pulled down, as originally spotted by NeoGaf.
Additionally, company CEO, Tom Cargo commented: "We've made a few bets on Wii U actually so we're certainly hoping it does well. In addition to ME3 we have an original Wii U title in development, and we've started on another big game in a well known franchise that will be released in 2013."