The Nintendo Wii U is going to be released in North America in November, before Thanksgiving day, but manufacturing problems have forced the Japanese company to release the device in Europe one month later, in December, according to a new report.
The final version of the Nintendo Wii U
was presented to the world at E3 2012 back in June and, while we learned plenty of details about the new home console, the company didn't provide a price
or release date
Now, according to CVG
, it seems that manufacturing delays have forced Nintendo to split the release of the Wii U.
As such, the company is aiming to release the device in North America in November, before Thanksgiving day, while the European launch schedule mentions a December release, right before the winter holidays.
Nintendo has declined to comment on this new report, so it's still unclear when the device is going to be released around the world.