Less than a month before Switch’s launch, Nintendo has confirmed that it is not currently working on a successor to 3DS.
“We are not creating a successor to the 3DS right now. We are, however, still thinking of portable systems,” Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima told Time. “We are thinking of ways that we will be able to continue bringing portable gaming systems out, so yes, we are thinking of different ways to continue the portable gaming business,” he said.
p dir=”ltr”>Kimishima has said in prior interviews that the Switch, then codenamed NX, is not the successor to the Wii U or the 3DS. Nintendo’s next console, a console portable hybrid called the Switch, will launch on March 3. Check out IGN’s Switch pre-order guide, if you’re still trying to track down accessories or games.
Author: Jose Otero