The "N-Box" will contain toys, clothes and other merchandise, and will apparently adopt a 3, 6 and 12 month subscription plan. They will also be available on a one-off basis.
UK retailer Zavvi - which owns The Hut Group - already runs its own Z-Box service, offering clothing, toys and postcards. Zavvi even has a Nintendo-themed Z-Box planned for September, MCV reports.
We've approached Nintendo UK for comment and will update this post when we hear back.
These kind of "mystery" boxes are big business at the moment - Nintendo Life video expert Alex Olney has opened his fair share in recent months, including a Nintendo-centric offering from My Retro Game Box:
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