Now that we have moved into the month of May, next week will see the end of Nintendo’s first mobile app. Still, just because Miitomo is leaving the stage, it doesn’t mean we’ll be saying goodbye to Miis in general, as an in-app Miitomo notification, has revealed a new Mii Making services is coming and it launches later this month. The complete spill can be seen here:
As previously announced, Miitomo service app will no longer be available as of May 9, 2018 at 12 AM (PDT).
If you link a Nintendo Account to Miitomo, you will be able to use your Miitomo Mii characters on your Nintendo Account. We will also provide the folowing option to create and edit Mii characters after Miitomo service has ended.
With the end of Miitomo service, it will no longer be possible to create or edit Mii characters using Miitomo, but we are planning to add a feature in late May 2018 which will enable you to create and edit Mii characters for your Nintendo Account via your web browser of choice.
In order to add this feature, we will be performing system migration maintenance from the end of Miitomo service until late May 2018. During this period, you will not be able to change your Mii character set to your Nintendo Account (including clothes and accessories).
Additionally, changes made to the Mii character for your Nintendo Network ID will not be applied to your Nintendo Account Mii character.
You will be able to continue using your Miitomo Mii character as the Mii character for your Nintendo Account after the termination of Miitomo service, but you will not be able to use the clothes and accessories you had set in Miitomo after maintenance is complete. (Any clothes and accessories you had already set will be removed.)
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Now, that’s what the notification for North American users get, whereas those Europe get something similar, but there is a difference. Whereas in the North American version the notice seems to read as if the new Mii making means is something that will be sticking around, the European notification seems to imply it’s temporary. Here’s a photo of what’s said:
Every now and then Nintendo make errors with their notifications and this could be one of those instances, but it does seem as though the two notifications are differing somewhat. So, it does look like we’ll have to wait and see if Nintendo provide a follow up in the next couple of days/weeks.
Source: Miitomo (Mobile Application)
This post was written by Solid Jack