In the latest Nintendo Direct, announcements such as Wii Fit U and a HD Wii Sports called Wii Sports Club to be making stage.
Starting on the 1st of November, Wii U owners can have the chance to download a 31-days trial version of Wii Fit U FOR FREE! All you need is the Wii balance board & Wii U system with broadband internet connection. Players can unlock the time restriction of Wii Fit U with the purchase of the Fit Meter and synch it to the Wii U gamepad.
For those who choose not to download the 31-days trail version, on December 6 Wii Fit U launches as a retail game in 2 bundles, one including Wii Fit U and the Fit Meter, the other including Wii Fit U, The Fit Meter and the Wii Balance Board. The paid version of Wii Fit U will be available on the Nintendo eShop from February 1, 2014.
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The first Wii game Wii Sports will be getting an HD remake by the name of Wii Sports Club. 5 of the original game’s sports – Bowling, Tennis, Baseball, Boxing and Golf well make a triumph return. Wii Sports Club‘s minigames will be release individually as DLC on the Nintendo eShop with HD graphics, Wii Motion Plus support, as well as much-requested online multiplayer.
Tennis and Bowling will be first available on November 7th, while Boxing, Baseball and Golf will be scheduled to launch later down the road. Wii U owners who download Wii Sports Club will get a trial pass that will let them play any of the available games for only 24 hours from when the game is started. Once the trail period is over, players can purchase a Day Pass on the eShop for $1.99 to all the available sports for a 24-hour period, or can buy the individual sports for $9.99 each.
Wii Sports Club will release on November 7th with Tennis and Bowling available only in the Nintendo eShop for the Wii U.