Despite previous reports, Nintendo may not discontinue production of some of its less popular NFC-powered amiibo figurines, a representative from the company told Polygon.
Earlier this week, a Nintendo spokesperson said that the company planned to make its "most popular" amiibos constantly available. However, because of "shelf space constraints, other figures likely will not return to the market once they have sold through their initial shipment."
Nintendo has since softened its "likely" stance, telling Polygon that figures could return.
"Some amiibo were very popular at launch, and it is possible that some amiibo in the United States, Canada and Latin America may not be available right now due to high demand and our efforts to manage shelf space during the launch period," the representative told Polygon. "Certain sold-out amiibo may return to these markets at a later stage. We are continually aiming to always have a regular supply of amiibo in the marketplace and there are many waves of amiibo to come."
The next wave of amiibos will hit Japan early next year with characters like Bowser and Toon Link. Press play below to see Nintendo's own introduction to its new toy line.