Bad news for all you 3DS and Wii U players to there, the Nintendo eShop might not have any new games for those platforms soon!
The Nintendo eShop is the online store for all of the company’s consoles. However, the continued support for new games on some of the old Nintendo consoles is now in question.
A new rumor suggests that the Nintendo eShop on both 3DS and Wii U won’t have full support for much longer. Find out the details below!
But first, Nintendo has claimed that the Switch Pro isn’t in development yet.
Nintendo eShop on 3DS & Wii U To Get No More New Games?
The Switch has been a huge success for Nintendo so far. Not only are there insane sales figures for the Switch, but there are also over 26 million Nintendo Switch Online subscribers.
However, this is not good news for fans of Nintendo’s older consoles. Continued eShop support on the 3DS and Wii U looks to be ending soon, if this rumor is true.
YouTuber Impact Game Station is reporting that someone sent him a screenshot of an email from Nintendo. This stated that Nintendo will not add any new games to the 3DS and Wii U eShops from April 1, 2022.
“It has been decided to cease the acceptace of submissions for new Nintendo 3DS / Wii U titles for eShop release by the end of the current fiscal year (effective from 1st April 2022).”Nintendo of Europe – via Impact Game Station
This would be a shame, especially for 3DS players, however, it is far from confirmed yet. Take this rumor with a rather large grain of salt, as there has been no confirmation of it yet.
For now though, continue to enjoy your 3DS games and don’t worry too much about the future of the Nintendo eShop. The rumors also suggest that players will be able to access and buy games from the eShop, but just that no new games will be added.
Meanwhile, Nintendo fans have loads of new games to look forward to. Check out the new Splatoon 3 weapon details revealed in the Switch OLED trailer.
Also, check out the stunning new Breath of the Wild 2 trailer, if you haven’t already. Let’s hope this comes out sooner rather than later.
Finally, Samus is making her long-awaited return soon. Watch the Metroid Dread trailer here.