Back in January, Nintendo confirmed that its first mobile game - dubbed Miitomo - will launch in March. And now, the Japanese company has revealed the launch date: March 17, which is Thursday next week. The revelation was made in a Tweet.
The game was initially set to arrive at the end of the last year, but was delayed to March citing promotional reasons. Pre-registrations for the app began last month, and they'll be closed on March 16, a day before the launch.
As we've already told you before, Miitomo doesn't appear to be a game in true sense - it's more of a chat app that allows users to create and customize their Miis, through which they interact with other users in real time.
So Nintendo is creating social media now?
They can keep that game. No thanks.