Yesterday, Nintendo announced the beginnings of a gradual shutdown For 3DS and Wii U eShop.
It’s set to wipe out a massive amount of digital content on these systems, but how many games can we expect to disappear? While we already know Fire Emblem Destinies: Revelation And his DLC will be lostour friends in VGC They have now made some rough estimates – highlighting the number of games that will no longer be available to fans.
Here in the West, there are currently about 2,000 games available via the 3DS and Wii U eShop, and it looks like about 1,000 “digital-only” titles will be gone for good on these platforms. That’s not forgetting the Virtual Console offerings that are going away – with about 350 of them currently Not Available on Nintendo Switch Online.
– About 450 digital Wii U games only
– About 600 digital-only 3D games
– About 100 Wii U games are also physically available
– About 300 3D games are also physically available
– Nearly 530 Virtual Console games, about 350 of which are not currently available on Nintendo Switch Online
Nintendo’s gradual closure of the 3DS and Wii U eShop will remove the use of credit cards from the service by May 23 2022. It is no longer possible to add Nintendo eShop Card funds to eShop accounts as of August 29 2022but download codes can still be redeemed until late March 2023.
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