Wednesday, video gaming giant Nintendo announced the next-generation of their motion-controlled franchise, Wii Sports.
Called Wii Sports Club, this digitally-downloadable for the Wii U gaming console will bring back the five sports from the original Wii Sports game traditionally bundled with the company’s original Wii console released in 2006.
These sports include bowling, tennis, golf, boxing and baseball. Bowling and Tennis will be available first, starting on November 7th, with the other three sports coming later on.
Each sports can be purchased separately for $9.99 each, or rented for a day at $1.99. They will feature high-definition graphics as well as the introduction of online multiplayer.
The “Club” in the game’s title refers to the ability for players to take part in state and regional clubs and compete against other clubs.