Nintendo’s confirmed that its delayed the launch of the first main firmware update for 3DS, which will see the addition of the eShop.
The update, which Nintendo confirmed back at GDC will arrive in “late May”, will now arrive on June 6 in the US and June 7 in Japan and Europe (via EG), the same day of Nintendo’s E3 press conference.
Nintendo’s Europe hasn’t updated its website at the time of publication to confirm when it’ll will launch here.
The firmware will, as well as eShop, also include the internet browser.
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