3DS Support will Continue in 2018, Says Kimishima
Last March, the Nintendo Switch launched. Since then, it’s been lighting up sales charts everywhere. The launch of the Switch caused Nintendo’s business to change in two ways: it officially phased out the Wii U, but it also cast a bit of a shadow on the company’s previous breadwinner, the 3DS. After a rocky start, the 3DS has been able to perform very well over the past few years. Its success has been bolstered by several hardware revisions, creating a family of six different models. The latest one, the New 2DS XL, just launched last summer.