Wii U retailers announced for United Kingdom, pricing begins at £249.99

Pricing in the United Kingdom now available for the upcoming Wii U.

Wii U pricing in the United Kingdom will begin at £249.99 starting November 30th, with retailers set to include Game, HMV, Amazon, and Play, it was announced by the retail chains.

Game will offer three options for the upcoming Nintendo console. Fans in the United Kingdom can purchase an 8GB, white solus pack, including console and gamepad for £259.99. Alternatively, the 32GB, black console which includes Nintendo Land, a gamepad, sensor bar, charging dock, stand, and one year's subscription to the Nintendo Network will be available for £309.99.

Game will also sell a ZombiU pack which includes the black console, ZombiU, Nintendo Land, and a Wii U Pro controller for £349.99.

Play.co.uk will offer bundles at the same price; however, HMV and Amazon.co.uk will offer the solus and premium packs at £249.99 and £299.99, respectively.

Supermarkets throughout the United Kingdom are yet to reveal their individual pricing on the bundles.

The Wii U is scheduled to release in North America on November 18th, with pricing beginning at $299.99.

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