Nintendo operates in all parts of the world and one of these locations happens to be Australia.
In this same country, the global video game giant has been running an eBay page where fans can purchase Joy-Con battery packs, replacement parts for Labo Kits, amiibo and even 3DS cover plates.
As of 30th November though, the store will no longer be in operation. Here’s the official announcement:
“Product sales on the Nintendo AU/NZ eBay Store will end after 30th November 2020.”
There’s no word if items like Labo replacement parts will be offered elsewhere just yet, but the Australian branch already sells exclusive products to Switch Online members via one of its webpages.
My Nintendo could also use an update in this region to bring it in line with other Nintendo stores like the UK one – so hopefully, something like this finally happens now that the eBay store is closing.
If we hear anything else, we’ll be sure to let you know.
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