Nintendo revealed these details today during one of its regular Nintendo Direct events.
Wii Sports Club is essentially Wii Sports HD, but downloading Wii Sports Club won’t cost you a thing. Instead, the individual sports will run you $9.99, with tennis and bowling launching on November 7. Boxing, baseball, and golf will be coming down the line.
Interestingly, there’s also the option to “rent” an all access pass for a single day for $1.99, and a set of free trials become available once you’ve purchased one of the games. The games will also include MotionPlus support, which wasn’t part of the original game, and online mutiplayer.
That seems quite pricey for what was once pack-in software, and it’s not shocking the first two games rolling out from this collection are the most popular slices from the original Wii Sports.
There are some interesting wrinkles to Wii Fit U, as well. Anyone with a Balance Board accessory can unlock the Wii Fit U software for free for a month starting on November 1. With the purchase of a Fit Meter pedometer for $19.99, you’ll continue to gain access to the software indefinitely. Anyone without a Balance Board can purchase the bundle separately for $90 on December 13, and a full-priced digital version of Wii Fit U will finally show up on February 1.
You can watch the entire Nintendo Direct below: