Nintendo has confirmed a Game & Wario release date of June 28 in Europe.
The Wii U collection of GamePad microgames will also launch on June 23 in North America, priced at $40, Joystiq reports.
The game, which was delayed from a launch window release, will be the first Nintendo developed Wii U title released since the console debuted in November.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said this week that the company initially intended to release "a few" Wii U games in the first half of 2013, but that the titles in question were delayed because the company underestimated the development resources required to complete them on time.
Elaborating during Nintendo's annual financial briefing, he told investors: "The reason for the delayed release of our first-party titles was the fact that completing the games released at the same time as the launch of Wii U required more development resources than expected, so some staff members from development teams working on other titles had to help complete them. In short, the development teams of Pikmin 3 and other future games were understaffed during that period."
Nintendo recently confirmed a Pikmin 3 release date of August 4 in North America. The game will launch in Japan in July, while European release plans have yet to be announced.