‘Nioh’ News & Updates: Stores Are Selling Out All Over The Place
“Nioh” fans who were not able to either pick up a copy of the game or have it pre-ordered could be out of luck. Multiple news sources have now confirmed that both online and retail gaming stores are quickly running out of “Nioh” stock.
According to VG24/7, “Nioh” had some very positive reviews following its official launch on February 7 in North America, and February 8 in Europe. Now that it has become one of the most high-in-demand games, its supply has turned into an issue.
Team Ninja was reportedly working on “Nioh” for a relatively long time. There might have been some drastic changes while the game was being developed, but the end product was a positive combination of key elements from “Ninja Gaiden” and “Soulsborne” games. This mix gave the game raving reviews from both the gaming community and the industry’s critics.
As an effect of its high marks, “Nioh” recently sold out on Amazon.com. Although the game can still be ordered from the online retailer, the current delivery period has been quoted as one to two months. Fans from the Australian gaming community are also out of luck when it comes to finding the game in stores.
It would appear that the best place to try is Amazon.co.uk. The page, as of writing, still says that the game is “in stock.” “Nioh” fans need to move quickly to get their hands on a copy before the European branch of the retailer loses their launch stock as well.
“Nioh” gamers who want to have an actual physical copy of the game will have to wait for a certain amount of time while gaming stores everywhere restock. However, those who are fine without a physical product can go directly to the PSN Store for a hassle-free transaction.