The first downloadable content for Wii U games will become available in December after you perform a System Update.
That's the word from Nintendo America who have updated fans on their Wii U launch plans ahead of the release date this Sunday.
Nintendo said: "Downloadable content for select games, such as additional levels or maps, will roll out in December following a system update."
Of their own games, Nintendo have confirmed plans for New Super Mario Bros U DLC.
In other news, Nintendo also confirmed that Nintendo TVii won't be available at launch. The US-only application which works with existing cable and satellite channels is coming to the console in December.
Nintendo US boss Reggie Fils-Aime has been talking up the console ahead of the launch, saying: "Wii U is an 'everyday' connected device - offering a combination of games, entertainment, online connectivity and social activity that will make people want to interact with it daily," said Nintendo of America President and COO Reggie Fils-Aime. "Never before have so many features been packed into one game console, at any price. Our substantial lineup of games offered at launch has something for everyone on your shopping list."