At a Wii U focus conference held earlier today, Nintendo of America has fully revealed their plans for the Wii U launch. The Wii will arrive in the United States on November 18, and will come in two models – Basic and Premium.
The Basic model of Wii U will come in white and will be bundled with the system, gamepad, ac adapters for both, an HDMI cable, and Wii U sensor bar. It will also have 8 GB of internal storage. The Premium model will have all the parts of Basic, but the system will be in black and have 32 GB of internal storage. Additional items for Premium include a gamepad charging cradle, Wii U stand, and Nintendo Land. Premium models will also come with a special service for digital content, where users can earn up to 10% back off purchases and use them towards future purchases.
Pricing for the Basic Wii U model is set at $299.99. Premium Wii U models will cost you $349.99.