The Nintendo Switch has been sold out almost everywhere online (and in-store at many popular retailers) for about two months, even as some of its biggest games continue to gain popularity. With global supply chains reacting to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, stock shortages of numerous goods are expected. If you've been tempted by the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you might be out of luck already, as stock of Nintendo's handheld console has become almost impossible to find beyond third-party sellers--and the prices for those are surging up to $600. According to Daniel Ahmad, a senior analyst at Niko Partners, supply won't return to normal until the "end of Q2," and we're already reaching that point rapidly. The Nintendo Switch Lite comes back in stock periodically, but those also sell out quickly, and you won't be able to connect them into a TV.Shortages have been common for Nintendo Switch around the world, not just in Japan. Primarily due to: - Shutdown of production during February- Global supply chain and logistics issues.- Gradual re-opening during March.- Higher than expected demand due to AC/Covid-19.,
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