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Report: Nintendo stops Switch shipments to Japan


Shipments of the Nintendo Swap console to Japan have been suspended, reports Nikkei, as a result of disruptions to Nintendo’s provide chain imply the corporate can’t meet demand in that nation.

Shipments to the USA and Europe will proceed, Nikkei mentioned. It based mostly its report on an unnamed supply related to Nintendo.

Nintendo’s most up-to-date quarterly report mentioned it had bought greater than 52 million Swap and Swap Lite consoles for the reason that platform’s debut in March 2017. Anecdotal accounts counsel the console’s popularity has surged with the launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons on March 20, and with the novel coronavirus’ world unfold holding tens of millions in isolation as a precaution.

On the finish of March, Nintendo acknowledged to Business Insider that the consoles have been bought out at many main retailers, however that extra inventory was on the best way. Nikkei famous that the Swap is manufactured beneath contract with factories in China and Vietnam. Their Nintendo supply mentioned that operations there had recovered, however to not full capability.

Nintendo’s official on-line retailer was bought out of Swap consoles on the finish of March. Immediately, it has three colors of Nintendo Switch Lite accessible for $199.99, and the corporate can also be providing refurbished launch variations of the console for $259.99. GameStop, in the meantime is taking pre-orders for a Nintendo Swap bundle that features the console, Animal Crossing*: New Horizons*, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Minecraft, and a Nintendo Swap Professional Controller for $499.99. GameStop says that bundle will ship by April 30.

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