The three bundles will launch on three dates throughout November, with a confirmed price of 250 pounds (roughly $400) via the Nintendo Store.
The first, coming out on Nov. 8, will be a Mario & Luigi Premium Pack that includes New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U packaged on one disc. This bundle will also included the black premium Wii U console with 32 GB of storage and a black Wii U GamePad.
The second, coming out on Nov. 15, will be the Wii Part U Basic Pack, including a white Wii U with 8GB storage, a white Wii U GamePad and a Wii Remote Plus controller, a Sensor Bar, Wii Party U and Nintendo Land.
The third, coming out on Nov. 22, will be the Just Dance 2014 Basic Pack. It includes a white Wii U with 8GB of storage, a white Wii U GamePad and Wii Remote Plus controller, a Sensor Bar, Just Dance 2014 and Nintendo Land.
The announcement comes less than a month after Nintendo unveiled two Wii U bundles for the Japanese market, according to a report from VG 24/7.
The cheaper of the Japan Wii U bundles will run gamers approximately $330 and includes a 32GB black or white Wii U, New Super Mario Bros. U, Wii Party U, a Sensor Bar, Wii Remote and 30 days of Nintendo’s Karaoke service.
The more expensive Japan Wii U bundle runs consumers $20 more for Wii Fit U and a d Wii Fit Meter.