The final two sports for Wii Sports Club will be launching in Europe at the end of this month. Baseball and boxing are coming on June 27, with a full boxed set of all the sports coming as well. For those who want to try the new sports, a 48 hour trial will be available for every Wii U owner, even if you’ve previously used a trial on other sports. For those who want to purchase after the trial, you can buy a 24 hour pass for €1.99/£1.79 or you can buy permanent access to each sport for €9.99/£8.99 individually.
For those who would rather wait and buy all sports as part of a physical release, the Wii Sports Club boxed set that was announced for Japan will launch in Europe as well. The boxed set includes Baseball, Boxing, Tennis, Golf, and Bowling and will be available on July 11. Currently there’s no price point for the pack and we haven’t heard anything from Nintendo of America in regards to whether this physical release will be coming to the United States as well, though we do expect to hear more in the E3 digital event.
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