With the exit of Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Eternal Doom, people have lined up to get your hands on a physical copy of the game around the world. Normally, this is a reason to celebrate the successful launch of a game, but now? It is quite dangerous, selfish and irresponsible. CTV News Toronto reported that people were queuing in front of the EB games in Toronto city center to do exactly the same thing.
A woman lodged with AC: NH was interviewed by saying: _ “In fact, I like to live with my grandparents, so I must be a little more cautious. I have a disinfectant for your hands in my backpack. As if I pay close attention to the stuff. But I do not know, something about this game, just come and get their hands on it. “_
What excuse trash can. I wish the journalist know that she could have easily stayed at home and downloading the game numerically because she should have asked her why she did not do it instead. She could endanger the life of her grandparents! Why? So that it can complete its physical game collection without meaning on its shelf? Because she could not wait for online delivery? I mean, I understand that we need video games over time in social isolation, but go people, just because you’re not in danger do not give you the excuse to help the virus at spread.
Not only that, but the fact that Eb Games has allowed it to happen is a problem in itself. Many game retailers are criticized for the same thing, including Game and Gamestop. It puts customers and their endangered staff by forcing them to stay open.
During an epidemic, it is the responsibility of everyone to help contain the virus, companies as consumers. If we work together, the disease could be contained months faster. Please stay safe and keep aware of your actions.