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Nintendo is currently "no plans" to end 3DS online service

Nintendo is currently “no plans” to end 3DS online service

Earlier this week, Nintendo confirmed its strong production The 3DS line has been officially discontinued.. This will close all six models in the 3DS family (3DS, 3DS XL, New 3DS, New 3DS XL, 2DS, and New 2DS XL).

Fortunately, there are still A few Life remaining in this system. In a statement to GamesIndustry.biz, a Nintendo spokeswoman confirmed that the 3DS online service and eShop are hanging out. First-party and third-party games will continue to be offered Nintendo.com And at retail.

“You can see that the Nintendo 3DS family of systems is no longer in production.”

“Nintendo and third-party games for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems will continue to be available at Nintendo eShop, Nintendo.com, and retail stores.”

The existing library of over 1,000 Nintendo 3DS games contains many acclaimed titles that can provide years of content to explore and enjoy. “

“Currently, we have no plans to terminate the existing online service of the Nintendo 3DS family system. Online play and the Nintendo eShop will continue to be available so that in the near future you can access and re-download all previously purchased content. Will be. “

So, at least in the near future, you can play 3DS online, buy games, download, and re-download. Can you get the most out of the online services of this system? Please leave a comment below.

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