Das sagte zumindest Reggie Fils-Aime im Interview mit der Kotaku. Das war aber nicht das einzige Thema worüber im Interview gesprochen wurde: Switch Onlie und Super Smash Bros. waren ebenfalls von Bedeutung und wer das Interview in Gänze lesen möchte, folgt diesem Link.
We were clear when we did the first two Classic series that, for us, these were limited time opportunities that were a way for us as a business to bridge from the conclusion of Wii U as a hardware system to the launch of Nintendo Switch,” he said. “That was the very strategic reason we launched the NES Classic system.” The Wii U had been fading fast by early 2016 and the Switch didn’t launch until early 2017.
So while consumers may have been anticipating something, we view these as limited time opportunities. We’ve also now been very clear that as the consumer looks forward to engaging with our classic content that is going to happen more and more with the subscription service.
Would you rule out an N64 Classic coming? I asked.
I would not ever rule something out,” he said, “but what I can tell you is certainly that’s not in our planning horizon.