The Switch launch window title Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is currently unavailable for purchase on the eShop and Nintendo’s official website in the US.
This discovery was made by the Nintendo Switch subreddit user IvyBoi64 when they were browsing the Switch eShop. While you can still view the game listing, you can’t actually purchase a digital copy of the Nintendo version in this location right now.
This seems to be an isolated case, with the game still available on various other stores, as mentioned below:
“Idk, if i’m only one who have seen this, but Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers has been delisted from the eShop. It seems to just be the only in US, as it’s still available on the EU and JP eShop. It’s only letting you buy the physical version. It may be temporary, but it’s been like that since yesterday morning.”
While it’s not clear what exactly is going on at the moment, some in the same thread seem to think it might just be a mistake.
When we get an update on this, we’ll be sure to let you know. Any theories or ideas as to what might have happened to the digital version of this 2017 release? Tell us down below.
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