Speaking to VideoGamer.com at a recent Lost: Via Domus press junket the game's producer, Gadi Pollack, revealed that although the game will only be released on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC towards the end of February, a Wii version is something the publisher is certainly interested in making happen.
Asked about the chances of a Wii version seeing the light of day, Pollack responded: "It's very possible yes... we could do it in the near future."
Pollack also revealed that although soon to arrive at retail, the Lost video game could have ended up as a series of downloadable episodes, noting: "The original idea maybe was to release this in an episodic way, but we really felt that in the end wanted to give the fans a full experience."
The episodic nature of the game does however lend itself well to downloadable content, something Ubisoft is keen to offer post release.
"It's very possible that in the near future, depending on the success of the game, that we could release downloadable episodic content," explained Pollack.
For more on the game head over to VideoGamer.com's Lost: Via Domus hands-on preview.