Nintendo has confirmed it will start rolling out the Wii U game console in the US this year, and it’s coming to other territories.
Nintendo is set to start rolling its GamePad to customers in the U.S. next month, and to begin shipping the device in a few months, Nintendo said in a post on its official blog.
Nintendo will also begin shipping its Wii U to customers next month in the UK, Europe, and Australia, and is planning to ship its Wii gamepad to Australia and New Zealand later this year.
The Nintendo Switch, which has a larger display than its predecessor, will launch in Japan in late 2019.
It will be the first console from Nintendo in over a decade that is powered by an all-new GPU.
The company also has a GamePad with the same specs in the works for the Nintendo Switch.
In addition, Nintendo is preparing to launch a new console in 2019, which will use its GameCube console.
The Wii U is one of Nintendo’s most successful hardware designs.
It has sold more than 7 million units worldwide, and its Gamepad is the most popular Nintendo console in its home market.
The Switch, however, has faced its share of controversy.
Some have criticized the device for being too bulky and not being able to support a larger screen, and for having limited storage space.
Nintendo will likely make a new Switch system, but it is unclear when that will happen.