The Nintendo Wii is back, and it’s getting better.
As Nintendo confirmed via a tweet on Thursday, the console has received a few updates to its hardware and software.
The biggest of which is that the Wii U Pro will have the ability to connect to a Wi-Fi network.
The console’s wireless charging port is also getting a makeover.
The Wii U is expected to launch in October for $499.
While the console will have a battery life of four to five hours on a single charge, it’s unclear how long the console’s Wi-fi capabilities will last.
Nintendo’s tweet also included a link to a Nintendo Power guide for Wii U owners.
The guide lists out the recommended Wii U ports for different devices, such as a Switch, a Wii, or a 3DS.
This includes wireless charging and Bluetooth, and includes a video guide for the console.
While we haven’t seen a lot of actual hands-on time with the Wii, it appears to be a solid refresh.
Nintendo will also introduce the Wii Pro with a wireless charging adapter, which it described as “a new feature.”
The guide also notes that the console can also be used for online multiplayer, which means it could make an ideal Wii U portable.
The company will also launch the Nintendo Switch, which will be compatible with the Wi-FI standard.
It will launch in November for $399.
And finally, the company will unveil the Nintendo TV.
This device is being marketed as a new type of gaming console that offers more flexibility than the Wii.
According to the company, the new console will offer “great games” and will be “more flexible” than the current consoles.
The Nintendo TV is a “TV-connected gaming system” and it will support all the latest video formats.
The device is expected launch in late 2019 for $199.
The official Nintendo site also updated with a video showcasing the Nintendo TVs gamepad and Wi-fidelity display.
The video also includes the company’s new Nintendo Switch controller, which looks like it’s a more refined version of the current Switch controller.
The new controller will launch on November 21, and Nintendo also said that it plans to introduce the Nintendo Wii Pro at some point during the year.
It’s unclear when the console and its wireless charging system will be available.
For now, though, Nintendo is promising that it will have “some great news for everyone.”