Polymega maker Playmaji has announced that its N64 module has entered mass production ahead of a spring 2023 launch.
The module, which will allow Polymega owners to play and install N64 games on their system, was announced around this time last year. It will feature four controller ports on the front, and will ship with its own N64-style pad (but you'll be able to use your existing controllers if you wish to).
Playmaji is stopping short of claiming that the module will allow access to the entire N64 library:
Element Module Set EM05 features compatibility with around 90% of N64 games, and as per usual, we plan to continue to improve game and peripheral compatibility into the future. A full compatibility list will be provided in the coming weeks as well as additional details regarding its underlying tech and capabilities. Ultra Module EM05 is also compatible with Memory Paks, Rumble Paks, and the N64 Expansion Pak is automatically enabled, allowing for enhanced visuals on select games.
A firmware update for the machine went live in September which added N64 games to the Polymega's vast internal database.
Polymega's production has been crippled by multiple issues over the past few years, and even now, there are people who have pre-ordered the system but are yet to receive one. In October, Playmaji admitted that manufacturing 50 units a month was a "best-case scenario" due to component shortages.