There is something interesting about the launch of the recently released Nintendo Labo VR Kit. A few days ago, a new set was released, and stock issues are now a problem in the US, as they are posted on Reddit. Retailers across the United States are reported to be selling out, including large products like Amazon. The official list of the full set is currently "temporarily out of stock". Affordable "starter set" is now available for purchase, but the current "1-2 months" is listed as.
But at Nintendo's official online store, both sets are available now. However, there is no question about how long it will last for the situation that other distributors face. So what is the cause of this?
Nintendo has not yet submitted an official statement, but there may be demand that surpasses supply. Prior to launching the VR Kit, Target was attempting to eliminate excess inventory by performing a clearance sale on all previously released Labo sets. So, it is possible that Nintendo did not produce an enormous amount of VR kits to avoid overfilling sitting on a store shelf. Stocks will need to be replenished soon, as it is clear that demand exists.
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