Revealed at this year's Tokyo Game Show, the Ear Force NLa and Ear Force N11 use the firm's own audio technology and were created in collaboration with the gaming giant.
"We are very excited to be working with Turtle Beach to launch the NLa and the NLL for the new Wii U," said Nintendo of America's Steve Singer. "We look forward to fans having a high quality audio experience with our newest console."
The Ear Force NLa will be available in both black and white and has been built with Gamepad controller functionality in mind. The durable, lightweight peripheral offers rich game audio and communication support, and will also be compatible with the DS and 3DS.
With its acoustically angled 50mm speakers, the Ear Force N11 headset is aimed at gamers seeking a more audio immersive experience. It also features lightweight headband and breathable mesh ear cushions to provide comfort during lengthy play sessions, and will be compatible with Nintendo handhelds.
"The Wii U launch will prove to be one of the biggest gaming console events of the year and we couldn't be more excited to support Wii U with dedicated headsets," said Bob Picunko, chief marketing officer of Turtle Beach.
"The advanced capabilities of the Wii U system offer us the chance to deliver gamers the kind of quality they fully expect from both Turtle Beach and Nintendo."
Turtle Beach's Ear Force NLa will be available in November priced at £39.99, while the Ear Force N11 will be released in early 2013.
Nintendo's Wii U launches on November 18 in North America and November 30 in Europe with a basic model and Premium bundle.
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