Speaking to GamesIndustry Warner Brothers' president Martin Tremblay commented that the company is a "believer in WIi U" adding the system is "off it a slow start".
Tremblay said he hopes all three consoles are "going to work out. It's just good for the industry."
He also said he was proud of the fact that Warner Brothers' games such as Scribblenauts Unlimited, Batman: Arkham City and the Nintendo published LEGO City Undercover perfromed on the system.
"I think the console has been off to a slow start, but I think they're going to fix the problem," Tremblay added. "I don't think it's a problem, but it's more about the content. And I think they showed tons of new content [at E3] that will re-energise the platform."
The executive also praised Sony's $399 price point for the PS4 commenting "Honestly, I'm very pleased with Sony's price point. This is spot-on what I think the price needs to be, and it will energise and make the trasition easier. That being said, we'll see how consumers are going to go for it. We're building for both platforms [PS4 and Xbox One]. We like both. The specs are amazing on both sides. But I really do like Sony's price point; this is something that can give us a chance to succeed quicker."
Asked about the restriction surrounding used games and game lending on Xbox One Tremblay noted "You've got to listen to your consumers. You've got to listen to people playing the game. That's very important. I think I was a little bit surprised to, to be honest… Now that we see that coming and we see what people want, just go with it. That's the way I look at it."
Based on his comments it seems Warner Bros., like EA, did not ask Microsoft to change their policies. Sony are keeping their existing DRM practices in place; allowing publishers to block the online components of games but the games themselves, something they can opt to do on Xbox One.