In what looks like a story from a different era, Nintendo switchch is drawing long lines for South Koreans.
Like the South Korean website Qoo he explains, the locals also have more time to play video games. With Crossing the Animals: New Horizons besides, many Korean players are desperate to get a Nintendo switch. But since there is a shortage, it is more difficult than before to find a lump.
This has meant long lines and shocking sweat. For example, on May 1, more than a thousand people gathered in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province to enter the lottery for a chance to buy a Nintendo switch.
There were only three hundred lottery tickets, as reported Cocoa, and only 45 Switch is comforting.
In Daegu, another 500 people gathered to get their chance.
Online in South Korea, they do not sell anymore was being offered Animal Crossing Change with premium rates.
South Korea has taken a high-profile side against the novel coronavirus by rigorous testing and tracking of contacts. So far, only 255 deceased.
In case you missed it, read on KotakuS Crossing the Animals: New Horizons to review here.