Prices are slashed for the Wii U as it faces competition from fall release of Sony and Microsoft gaming consoles. Now that the gaming gadgets from Microsoft and Sony are impending, Nintendo has cut prices of the Wii U gaming console.
There will be straightaway fall of $50 on the price of the gaming gadget. From September 20 onwards, they will be priced at $299.99 instead of $349.99. Along with it, it will come with a bundle of newbies like The Legend of Zelda: the Wind Waker HD (that had shot to prominence immediately after its release in the year 2003), Super Mario 3D world, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Wii Party U, and Wii Fit U.
The Struggle and Success
Since its launch in November last year, Wii U is trying hard to get hold of the market. It has sold 3.61 million consoles and wants a larger success share and desires to sell close to 9 million in this financial year. Let’s keep our fingers crossed; Hope the initiation of new software and slashing in price boosts the sales.
The Sony PlayStation 4, scheduled to arrive at November 15 is priced at $399, and the Microsoft Xbox One, scheduled around the same time is priced at $499.