Wii Sports Club, the Wii U remake of Wii Sports, will automatically download to players' consoles if they have opted to receive content via SpotPass, according to a recent Iwata Asks feature for the title.
The game will download automatically provided players have 1.3 GB of available free memory.
In the feature, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata also revealed that Namco Bandai was brought into development on Wii Sports Club to help polish the game and add in support for online play.
Wii Sports Club will launch on Nov. 7 in North America and Europe. The game will launch with five games brought over from the original Wii Sports: Bowling, Tennis, Baseball, Boxing and Golf. Players who download Wii Sports Club will get a 24-hour trial pass to play the games, after which Day Passes for the games can be purchased for $1.99. Individual games can be purchased in full for $9.99 each.
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