Angry Birds Trilogy released on the Xbox 360 with Kinect support, PlayStation 3 with Move support and Nintendo 3DS last September, but after nine months of being available, it has yet to make its way to Nintendo’s consoles. That all changes today as Activision has announced its Angry Birds Trilogy will be making its way to both the Wii and Wii U on August 13.
Similar to the previously released versions of the game, Angry Birds Trilogy will include Angry Birds, Angry Birds: Seasons and Angry Birds: Rio in one, easily-digestible package. The Angry Birds Trilogy will offer roughly around 140 hours of gameplay across 30 episodes on the disc, and will include some new levels as well. The Wii U version will support the console’s Gamepad and TV swap gameplay, touchscreen controls and even online leaderboards.
If you have an Angry Birds fan in your home who has yet to play Angry Birds Trilogy since they own either a Wii or Wii U, then it looks like their time to finally play the game from the comfort of their TV will be soon upon them.
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