Nintendo's NES Classic will make its return on June 29.
The retro game console sold out almost instantly when it was re-released in November 2016 but it will make its long awaited return to the shelves next month, with enough stocks that it is expected to last until the end of the year.
Nintendo's console will also include 20 games as well as updated multiplayer features, which will be available through the online subscription service for the Nintendo Switch, which is set to be unveiled in September.
Meanwhile, Nintendo previously revealed they had scrapped its NES microconsole worldwide, despite it selling out immediately at the launch.
A Nintendo spokesman said at the time: "We can confirm that we are no longer manufacturing the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System. If production resumes in the future, an update will be posted on the official Nintendo website."
The small-scale device enabled video gamers to plug the console into their TVs and play some of the 30 games that are pre-loaded including 'Final Fantasy', the original 'Super Mario Bros Trilogy', 'The Legend of Zelda', 'Castlevania' and 'Mega Man 2'.