Wii U European release date is November 30

NintendoLand will be bundled with the Premium version of the console

Nintendo has announced a Wii U release date of November 30 in Europe.


The news was revealed by Nintendo of Europe president Satoru Shibata, who said retailers across the territory will be announcing pricing information soon.

The Premium model will come in black with a built-in flash memory capacity of 32GB, a GamePad, a GamePad stylus, a GamePad charging stand, a GamePad playing stand, a Wii U stand, a HDMI cable, AC adapters for the system and controller, and a copy of NintendoLand.

The Basic model will come in white and offer a built-in flash memory capacity of 8GB, and the same contents as above minus the Wii U GamePad charging stand, Wii U GamePad playing stand, Wii U stand and NintendoLand.

A ZombiU Premium Wii U hardware bundle will also be available in Europe.

The Wii U price will be set between £199 and £280 in the UK, according to retail outlets. A number of Wii U European launch day games have also just been revealed.

Nintendo of America today confirmed a Wii U release date of November 18. It also announced a Wii U price of $299 for the basic model and $349 for the premium one.

Nintendo Australia has announced the price tag of AU$349.95 for the basic Wii U pack, and AU$429.95 for the Wii U premium pack, which will launch on November 30th in Australia and New Zealand.

The Nintendo Wii U is available for pre-order in the UK through: Game | | ShopTo | Tesco | Amazon