|Console Type||Home Console|
| September 15, 2020 (Japan)|
September 16, 2020 (United States and Europe)
|Backward Compatibility||Wii U|
|Ability to connect to the Nintendo MinUs (Handheld console, like the Nintendo GameCube being able to connect to the Game Boy Advance) to play multiplayer games and special mini-games, and the ability to play Wii U games|
Nintendo PlUs is a 9th generation video game console, and the successor of the Wii U. The system's main controller, named the PlUsControl Pad, features a 6.4-inch touch screen that is similar to the Wii U GamePad, but different because it has more buttons and is needed to play some touch screen games. Other compatible controllers include the Wii Remote and the Wii U Pro Controller, however they can only play some games that are compatible with them.
The system has backwards compatibility with the Wii U. The Nintendo PlUs can connect to the Nintendo MinUs and play multiplayer games and sometimes special mini-games only available by connecting the two to each other. One can connect the Nintendo PlUs and the Nintendo MinUs using a PlUs-MinUs Link Cable.
List of Nintendo PlUs Games
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In October 2018, a rumor started to spread around about a new console dubbed the "Nintendo Hii" (which would become the Nintendo PlUs). It was said that the console would be released with another handheld named the "Nintendo H.I.R" (which would become the Nintendo MinUs)
In December 2018, Nintendo announced that the "Nintendo Hii" that was a rumor had become the "Nintendo PlUs" and the "Nintendo H.I.R" had become the Nintendo MinUs and are planning to reveal them at E3 2019.
At E3 2019, the Nintendo PlUs along with the Nintendo MinUs was revealed and was planned to release worldwide in September of 2020 together.
- The console's design is very similar to a Wii U, however also very different.