Nintendo has discontinued every model of the 3DS, according to its Japanese website. The page listings for the New 3DS LL, New 2DS LL, and 2DS are still live, but each product lists “out of production” under its name.
Nintendo’s US site, appears to have removed all mention of the 3DS, and the homepage doesn’t feature the handheld console at all, other than a support link all the way at the bottom — under a similar link for the Wii U.
The 3DS was first announced in 2010 and released the following year. It suffered a rocky launch, with low sales and little software of note, but started to pick up momentum after a dramatic price cut just a few months after its release.
Nintendo’s focus is now fully on the Switch, with the console’s hybrid nature removing the need for a dedicated handheld system. The company has shipped more than 61 million Switch consoles as of the end of June.