has stopped shipping its products, including the Switch, to Russia for the foreseeable future. “This is due to significant volatility around the logistics of transporting and distributing physical goods,” the company said . It made a decision two weeks later invaded Ukraine, although it made no mention of the crisis in its statement.
This move follows Nintendo’s suspension in Russia last weekend. It said the Russian version of the eShop is “currently under maintenance after a payment provider halted transactions in Russian rubles.”
Other major game companies have pulled out of Russia (and in some cases Belarus). Sony has PlayStation hardware and software are sold there, while Microsoft places all sales in the country . , , , also stopped selling their games there.
Bungie joins her colleagues in take a stance about the conflict on Wednesday. It says players in Russia and Belarus will still be able to play for free game and gain access to any expansions or content they previously purchased. However, they will not be able to purchase currency or DLC such as .
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