The shift to other consoles is due by April, suggesting that the exclusivity agreement with Nintendo lasted about six months. Curve Digital, the game's London based developer, turned heads in May when it announced it was backing the Wii U as the rest of the industry was turning away from the system.
"The good thing about releasing on Nintendo is, you're not competing with a lot of other people," Curve Studios' Marketing Manager Rob Clarke told Gamespot at the time.
"Even as an indie publisher we always fight with AAA for space on the storefront. With Nintendo, we know they're gonna support us. We also know that we're not having to compete with, say, Watch Dogs for example."
The original Stealth Inc impressed most critics, with GameSpot's review declaring it "a tightly crafted and incredibly rewarding adventure through a dark dystopia." The sequel, meanwhile, has also garnered a positive response.