Nintendo has confirmed that the Nintendo 3DS eShop, which will allow users to purchase downloadable 3DS titles, will miss its May release date.
The online shop is now set to be released on June 6 in the U.S. and Japan, with a European release on June 7. A press release noted that the update will be free, and include both the Nintendo eShop and an Internet browser for the device.
The company did not go into specifics about everything that will be included in the update, besides saying that there will be "a number of new features and enhancements".
It was originally believed that the 3DS eShop would be available from day one of the handheld's release, but Nintendo explained earlier in the year
that the first system update, which would add the eShop, would be scheduled "for late May."
Capcom revealed last month
that it will be launching a prototype of Mega Man Legends 3
on the Nintendo eShop at launch, with the stated goal of obtaining further development ideas from players.