Having announced its new Wii version all the way back at this year's E3, Nintendo has finally given the reworked console a solid
According to CVG, the new Wii will hit stores 4 November. Despite not giving the console an official price, Nintendo has revealed the contents of a few of its new bundles.
The first bundle unveiled by Nintendo was its Wii Family Edition pack, which comes with Wii Sports and Wii Party, a Wii Remote Plus control and Nunchuk. Alongside the family pack Nintendo also announced a Wii Fit Plus hardware bundle that will launch nearly a month later on 2 December. The bundle will include a black Wii console, Wii Fit Plus and a black Wii Balance Board.
The console itself is the same slimmed-down horizontal sitting re-work showcased by Nintendo at E3. Nintendo's announcement comes just after the company unveiled a new blue Wii bundle, designed to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic games.