The pricier Nintendo Wii U Premium and ZombiU bundles sold more than the lower-priced Basic one in the UK, at least according to a report from Chart Track, which claims that over 90% of launch sales consisted of the more expensive packs.
Nintendo released the Wii U in the UK and the rest of Europe last week and it seems that the general trend seen in North America, where pre-orders consisted mainly of the pricier Wii U Premium pack, has also manifested on the old continent.
According to a Chart Track report, via VideoGamer, over 60 percent of the Wii U consoles sold during launch day consisted of the 32GB Premium bundle. What's more, around 30% were the ZombiU bundle, which included the same 32GB console only with a copy of ZombiU instead of Nintendo Land.
Last but not least, there's the lower-priced Wii U Basic edition that only managed to attract 10% of the customers.
Even if analysts complained about the steep price of the Wii U, it seems that the console didn't have any problem attracting gamers.