That means the platformer will arrive on Microsoft's platform about eight months after its initial release on PlayStation 4, which was well received by critics. A PC, Mac and Linux version of Oddworld: New N Tasty is also due for release, coming on February 25.
"Work continues on the Wii U and PlayStation Vita versions," a company representative told Videogamer.
"Converting our bespoke code, physics, highly detailed art assets and complex audio engines for the two formats from the PlayStation 4 and PC base continues to present engineering challenges relating to performance and memory, but recent progress is encouraging as we strive to make every iteration of New 'n' Tasty the perfect fit for the platform.
"We'll have more to share on the remaining versions in due course."