The Coronavirus epidemic has been in all the newspapers for a month now, and the consequences of its spread not only concern the health of all of us but also merely practical issues, such as industry and the production of consumer goods, including of course also video games.
In fact, most of the companies that deal with video games make their products in China, where, however, due to the epidemic, many factories are closing or operating at a reduced regime. We have already told you about the scarce stocks of Nintendo Switch, but also the production of Ring Fit Adventure has slowed down, and the available copies are about to end, so much so that in Australia some retailers have been forced to take countermeasures.
In fact, there are also those who take advantage of the situation, and given the success of Nintendo ‘s fitness game, buy a large quantity of the available copies and then resell them on eBay or similar sites. For this reason, Kotaku reports that some retailers have started to put a limit on the copies of the games that can be purchased by individual customers, to better manage their stocks.
A situation that we hope will be resolved soon, of course not only because of the problems at a videogame level. To learn more about the game in question, take a look at our Ring Fit Adventure trial.