The coronavirus has affected many people around the world in recent months. All of this has degenerated so quickly and will undoubtedly have huge ramifications for the growing economy. This includes the gaming industry.
Since people were left inside to try to stop the spread of this serious virus, the game has grown. This in turn has increased the demand for Nintendo switches. It’s one of the most popular consoles right now, not least because of its hybrid design.
Players can take their games on the go with the dynamic, portable screen. Demand has been so high in recent months that it is increasingly difficult to find a Switch in stock at the main points of sale. This includes both BestBuy and GameStop. Nintendo Plans On Producing More Switches After Suffering A National Shortage
This caused a lot of frustration for players wanting to experience the unique system for the first time. It also led some sellers to buy units and then double their retail prices to make a profit.
This is not entirely unfortunate for those looking to get their hands on the much sought after console while most of the world is still locked. According to Nintendo, more standard editions of the Switch – the one that costs $ 300 – will be sent to retailers. It was according to a recent email that they sent to GameStop.