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Although Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp was delayed previous its April 8 launch date, one very fortunate participant, Twitter consumer Rachael Adamson, was in a position to one way or the other entry the game. After having the ability to play it and share screenshots and pictures, nonetheless, she’s stated that Nintendo has stepped in.
How she was in a position to play it nonetheless isn’t completely clear, however Adamson has completely defined the scenario on her private weblog. After pre-ordering the game digitally, she was knowledgeable that her order can be canceled. Since Nintendo had already taken her cash, she anticipated a refund, solely to be advised that the pre-order wasn’t canceled and she or he may entry the game as soon as it was launched.
Cut to the night of April 8 and she or he finds Advance Wars prepared and obtainable. She admits she was confused however figured Nintendo had modified its plans and everyone else had entry to the game too. So, she performed a few of it, sharing her enjoyment on Twitter. The following day, she realized she was the solely one who may play it.
Nintendo itself quickly caught on and emailed her to say her pre-order has positively been canceled this time and she or he has been refunded (though on the time of writing, she has but to obtain it). Nintendo clearly can’t delete the game from her Nintendo Switch console, however she suspects that it’ll change into unavailable ought to she join her Switch to the Internet.
“I had it on airplane mode for a while when I received the email from them,” she advised Fanbyte. “I haven’t gone online since so I have no clue if it’ll stop working if I do. I assume it will.” Nintendo nonetheless hasn’t issued a brand new launch date for the game and it stays unavailable to pre-order through the Nintendo eShop.