In a press release, the company is now claiming more Super NES Classic Editions will be available in stores for its September 29 launch than NES Classic Editions throughout all of 2016, "with subsequent shipments arriving in stores regularly". During his talk with Financial Times, the Nintendo of America President said, "I would strongly urge you not to over-bid on an SNES Classic on any auction sites".
Nintendo have also said that they will increasing production for the SNES Mini to cope with the high demand, which will see the SNES run from Christmas through to 2018.
Fans of the original Nintendo console - and Super Nintendo console - could be getting additional opportunities to get their hands on the sought after console.
Nintendo has received ample criticism in the past for the lack of stock in regards to the NES and SNES Mini consoles, the latter of which launches on September 29.
Speaking of SNES Classic, Nintendo also plans to bump up the number of units that will shipped due to excitement for the system. Perhaps even more exciting, Nintendo also said the NES Classic will return to stores in summer 2018, although further details are scarce. Previously, Nintendo had announced that the system would only be produced in 2017.
NES stands for "Nintendo Entertainment System", the iconic 8-bit video game console first released in the mid-1980s.
If you are having issues finding a Super NES Classic Edition, know that help is on the way.