Nintendo has confirmed that it’s set up over 5,000 demo stations for its upcoming Wii U at various retailers in the U.S., allowing those interested in the new home console to try it out for free ahead of its launch later this month.
Nintendo is betting big on the Wii U and it’s already begun the marketing onslaught for the console with commercials and various promotional videos.
Now, the company has revealed, via CVG, that over 5,000 Wii U demo kiosks have been set up in retail stores across the U.S., allowing anyone interested in the console to try it out for free.
Various Target, Best Buy, GameStop, Walmart, and Toys ‘R’ Us outlets are participating in this promotion and games like Nintendo Land, New Super Mario Bros. U, Sing Party, ZombiU, and Rayman Legends will be showcased.
The Nintendo Wii U is out on November 18 in the U.S. and will hit European shores on November 30.