Since the release of the 3DS and the “Black Screen of Death” Nintendo has promised us a system update that will make the 3DS capable of browsing the internet, purchasing downloadable content from the “e-shop,” and transferring data from a DSi to a 3DS. Nintendo updated their website with this to say:

“A new system update for the hand-held Nintendo 3DS system will be available in North America the evening of June 6 Pacific time. By downloading the free update via a wireless broadband Internet connection, Nintendo 3DS users can enjoy new features and enhancements, including an Internet browser and access to the Nintendo eShop, where users can browse and purchase downloadable content.”

No additional information has been released regarding the 3DS update; Nintendo has not stated what games will be available for download on the e-shop. The update will be available in Japan and Europe on June 7th, which corresponds with the Western Hemisphere. Nintendo has a LOT more info to reveal; as more of that info comes ourway, we will be posting it here for you, the Zelda community. So stay tuned, and let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

Source: IGN
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