Nintendo introduced on Wednesday that it’s delaying its Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp Nintendo Switch sport due to “recent world events.” The firm will reveal up to date launch data at a later date. The sport was beforehand scheduled to launch on April 8 after a delay.

Nintendo introduced this week that it has suspended its on-line eShop retail service in Russia. The firm defined that it put the eShop in Russia quickly in “maintenance mode” for the reason that cost service it makes use of has suspended the processing of rubles. Nintendo didn’t reveal a date for the service’s return.

Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24 after weeks of tense army buildup alongside their mutual borders and Belarus. Russia claimed to be supporting the independence of the breakaway areas of Donetsk and Luhansk. The struggle has just lately taken a flip for the more severe, as Russia has intensified shelling of cities, and Ukrainian civilians battle to both flee the nation or put together for battle amid rising casualities. Countries all over the world have decried the invasion and expressed help for Ukraine. Economic sanctions have fallen on Russia and Belarus in gentle of the invasion, whereas artists and inventive studios have halted releases of some works in Russia.

Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp was initially slated to launch on the Switch on December 3 final yr, however was delayed to April 8 as a result of the sport wanted some extra “fine tuning.”

The sport will function each of the video games’ campaigns, and multiplayer gameplay for up to 4 gamers.

The authentic Advance Wars launched for GBA in 2001, and the Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising sequel sport launched for GBA in 2003.

Source: Nintendo of America‘s Twitter account