Wii Sports Club Revealed For Wii U


Recently, Nintendo has announced Wii Sports Club, which will be a collection of Wii Sports minigames reimaged on the Wii U in HD. All five sports (bowling, tennis, baseball, boxing and golf) from Wii Sports will be available on the Wii U remake. Tennis and Bowling will be available on November 7th, while the other three sports will be added soon after.

Obviously, there will be graphical improvements to the game, but there will also be other additions. All sports will come with online multiplayer and they will also have enhanced controls due to the Wii MotionPlus.

You may download Wii Sports Club free of charge for a 24-hour trial of the available sports. After this, you can either pay for a Day Pass (£1.79), which will let you play for another 24-hour period, or you can buy a permanent pass for each sport (£8.99 per sport). Both Passes will be available on the eShop.

Also available on the eShop from November 1st will be a 31-day trial of Wii Fit U. This trial will be available until January 31st, and the 31-day period won’t start until Wii Fit U has been played. However, you will need a balance board to play the game. Once the trial is over, players can sync an accessory called the ‘Fit Meter’ to Wii Fit U. The Fit Meter which will be available separately from November 1st will calculate your steps along with other stats and syncs this data to your Wii Fit U game.

Wii Fit U will be available on December 6th from retailers. There will be two packages, one will include the disc and the Fit Meter, while the other will include a Wii Balance Board as well, for those of you who don’t have one already. The full retail version will be available on the eShop on February 1st.