Nintendo will showcase the "The Legend of Zelda" at E3 2016. Nintendo

The Nintendo NX has been one of the most hyped consoles to be revealed this year. However, Nintendo may have another device up its sleeve, if a new report is to be believed.

A Japanese report had supposedly outed the fact that Nintendo will have two devices that will drive business for the company, IGN reported. The analyst report came from Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley, summarising that Nintendo’s current business revenues coming from mobile games and theme parks.

At the end, there was mention of switching gears to the next-gen devices Nintendo NX and a handheld device, the Nintendo MH. There was a note that the MH is a temporary name for now.

As far as the rumour mill is concerned, there has been no mention of a Nintendo MX. There have been talks of a portable console as well as handheld device. Patents have even been sighted, which supposedly has a screen on the actual controller.

Nintendo has not yet confirmed the existence of another project other than the Nintendo NX. And its upcoming new gaming console is set for a reveal later this year and a launch sometime early next year.

The Nintendo NX is even skipping the E3 2016 event. But even with no Nintendo NX console at the event, the company has lined up some activities related to “The Legend of Zelda.”

In addition to the activities in the actual event, Nintendo has recently announced a “The Legend of Zelda” Extravaganza at the Nintendo NY Store. According to the Business Wire, Nintendo is looking to let 500 fans be the first to play “The Legend of Zelda” for the Wii U.

The event will happen from June 14 to 19, but this will be preceded by a Super-Fan Signup Day on June 11. On this weekend date, the first 500 people to line up when the Nintendo NY Store opens at 9:00 a.m. ET will get a wristband that can be exchanged for a ticket or the succeeding event. For those who are planning to attend will need to bring a Photo ID.

Anyone else who wants to attend the six-day event but did not get a ticket can still go. The event will showcase gameplay as live-streamed from Nintendo’s booth at the E3 2016.