Wii U to launch on November 30 in EU

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 13 September 2012 15:11 GMT

Wii U will launch on November 30 in the EU, Nintendo said today.

The news came as part of day-long Nintendo webcasts, full details of which can be found here.

No pricing was set on the European version of the console, with Nintendo telling punters to instead check with individual retailers.

Emerging prices are setting Wii U at anywhere between £210-£280. Both a Basic and Premium pack will be sold in Europe.

A full line-up of EU software was also confirmed.

For full details of the EU, US and Japanese Wii U launches, hit this.

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