Wii Sports, the title that made the Wii a huge success, is coming to the Wii U in high-definition, Nintendo has announced during one of its regular video presentations.
Wii Sports Club is coming to the Wii U in HD and downloading the application is completely free. Nevertheless, individual sports will cost you $9.99 each, with Tennis and Bowling coming on November 7th. Boxing, baseball and golf will be released soon. Alternatively, you can pay $1.99 and unlock all sports for 24 hours. Finally, buying at least one game unlocks demos of all the other sports.
Apart from high-definition visuals, Wii Sports Club features refined controls with Wii Motion Plus support and head-to-head online multiplayer. Additionally, players will be able to participate in regional clubs and chat during matches.
During the Direct presentation, Nintendo also announced Wii Fit U, a game that will be available for free starting on November 1st. Wii owners who have a Balance Board and an internet connection will be able to download and keep the game for a month. After that, they have to pay $20 for a Wii Fit Meter and synchronize it with the Wii Fit U, to keep the game.
The Wii Fit Meter is an activity meter that calculates steps, intensity of exercise, changes in altitudes and number of calories burned during activities. The device can communicate with the Wii U via the GamePad.
The Wii Fit U and Fit Meter package will cost $50 and will be available on December 13th. Finally, a $90 bundle that comes with the Balance Board, a copy of the game and the Wii Fit Meter will also go on sale on December 13th.
Watch the entire Wii Fit U Direct below.