Finally after the Japanese details and prices were revealed, Nintendo has announced the price and release date for the US and the UK, as with the Japanese Wii U, the console will launch in Basic and Premium models, although the Premium will be named the Deluxe in the US.

Both of which will launch in the UK from November 30th and 12 days after in the US, which if you know you’re calendars is December 12th, the basic version will include an 8GB version of the white console, an AC adapter, Wii U GamePad controller, HDMI cable and of course an AC adapter.

The Premium/ Deluxe set will include a 32GB version of the console, HDMI cable, Wii U Gamepad and the charging cradle to go with it, the console will also be black and include a copy of NintendoLand and one of the launch titles.

Within the US the basic package will cost $299.99 (around £186) and the Deluxe will be $349.99 (around £217), so fair there’s no UK prices as they will be determined by retailers and their will be different variations across Europe.

But we will update this as soon as we find some UK Prices.

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