Nintendo has confirmed it will reveal more information on the Wii U before E3 in June.
Speaking with CNN, Nintendo US boss Reggie Fils-Aime said "Wii U will launch some time between E3 - which is in June - at the end of the year so essentially the second half of the year.
"We haven't announced pricing and we haven't announced specific details. We'll share more information between now and E3 and after E3."
Reggie's comments follow earlier hints that we might hear Wii U news ahead of the big Los Angeles expo.
Speaking at CES in Las Vegas this week he said: "We will be sharing information throughout the year so I won't say you'll have to wait until E3 but certainly we're not breaking new news here."
Recent reports claimed to have insider information on Wii U's tech specs, allegedly leaked from a 'Japanese developer'.