Following the Nintendo earnings call, quite a number of announcements were made on the company’s planned projects. Among these is news of the awaited Nintendo NX.

Sadly, it appears that Nintendo fans will have to wait longer, as the Nintendo will be a no-show this year. According to the official Nintendo website, the only confirmation is that the device will be launching in March 17. That said, this seems to be the only details coming in the near future.

Nintendo has confirmed that the Nintendo NX will also not be appearing at the E3 2016 event. However, fans can expect it to be unveiled later this year. Speaking of the E3 2016, Nintendo will, instead, focus on “The Legend of Zelda,” which is set to launch also in 2017, but may be seen at the trade show in L.A. One tidbit in the announcement did confirm that “The Legend of Zelda” will be coming to both the Nintendo NX and Wii U.

Even though the Nintendo NX will not be making an appearance this year, Nintendo may still have something up its sleeve this year. As far as its mobile slant is concerned, Nintendo has zoomed in on two areas of mobile.

For Miitomo, it has celebrated 10 million unique users from all over the world. As such, the company will be holding a 10-day special between April 29 to May 8 to celebrate this.

Additionally, Nintendo has given some details on its plans for the Next Mobile Apps. As analysts have predicted, Nintendo is taking some notes from its successful Miitomo creation for its next mobile apps.

Two have already been pinpointed, taking from the franchises of “Fire Emblem” and “Animal Crossing.” There are plans to release the two titles in autumn, but there will be changes, specifically for the app for “Fire Emblem.” Nintendo plans to deliver an RPG strategy game for “Fire Emblem, while “Animal Crossing” will be connected to the world of the franchise. More details are expected as the launch date comes closer.

Nintendo has also revealed some of the figures for the Wii U and the 3DS. The lifetime sales of the Nintendo 3DS hardware have reached 58.85 million units, while the Wii U is only at 12.80 million units. As far as software goes, the 3DS enjoys 274.18 million units while the Wii U is at 84.04 million units, DualShockers reported.

Some of the games that contributed to the growth of these hardware include “Super Mario Maker,” “Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon,” “Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer,” “Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire,” “Splatoon” and “The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD.”