Nintendo will bring the final two Wii Sports mini-games, Baseball and Boxing, to Wii U on 27th June and offer all Wii U users free access for two days.
The mini-games are the last Wii Sports activities to be updated for Wii Sports Club, Nintendo's HD re-make of the Wii original.
Baseball and Boxing will be available at a discounted price of £8.99 for the pair - cheaper than the other sports (likely because they are two of the least popular).
UPDATE 21/03/14: Nintendo Europe has confirmed this weekend's free access to Wii Sports Club, previously announced for Japan, will also be available in the UK.
Access to the game's three downloadable sports - tennis, golf and bowling, is completely free from now until 11:59PM on Sunday evening.
ORIGINAL STORY 14/03/14: Wii U sports collection Wii Sports Club has been updated with the nine golf courses featured in Wii Sports Resort.
Wii Sports Club has a new mode as of this afternoon, with golf joining tennis and bowling on Nintendo's Wii U.
The Wii U version of Wii Sports will be delivered to all Wii U consoles automatically, Nintendo has announced, if you've agreed to receive content via SpotPass.
Nintendo has announced the Wii Sports Club, which sees the original Wii Sports mini-games - bowling, tennis, baseball, boxing and golf - return on Wii U in HD.