Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been delisted from Chinese online shopping sites Taobao and Pinduoduo after a crackdown from government regulators.
Though the game has not yet been approved for sale in China, it has nonetheless been picked up through retailers selling imported cartridges, as well as users who own imported Nintendo Switch systems purchasing the game digitally through other countries' eshops. Reuters reports that the game was delisted from Taobao and Pinduoduo late this week, while Niko Partners analysts Daniel Ahmad points out on Twitter that this was due to an enforcement order from the Chinese regulator.
Ahmad adds that such enforcement orders on games typically occur due to a game becoming too popular, or a game containing content deemed to be inappropriate by the regulator.
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