Nintendo has now stopped shipping Switch in Japan, but assured fans that it is working hard to bring more consoles to the retail market.
According to Nikkei news report, Nintendo no longer ships switch Japan cannot meet demand.
A person familiar with Nintendo said in the media that part of the reason can be attributed to the interruption of the supply chain caused by coronavirus. No date was given to resume shipments, currently, Nintendo is just Delivery system to reserved people In Japan.
The Nikkei index report also pointed out that shipments in Europe and the United States will continue to be normal. However, according to retailers in Europe and the United States, Switch's inventory is limited and is about to run out.
GI.biz was informed that the system was sold out due to the ban on leaving the family in Europe, resulting in limited stocks in Europe and the United States, and most demand was for the standard Switch model rather than Switch Lite.
When the lock began in March, Switch sales jumped more than 150% in all markets during this period.
Nintendo sources told Nikkei News that Nintendo's game consoles are manufactured in China and Vietnam. Although the operations of these factories have "recovered to a certain extent," they have not yet resumed "full production."
If you want to buy a Switch and it is difficult to find it, then Nintendo is best to bring it to the market, so please be patient.