The Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure has become a hot commodity. So you might be wondering where to buy Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure. Fortunately, it's getting slightly easier to find the Ring Fit Adventure.
Currently, Amazon has it on sale for $69 ($10 off) and Best Buy has it in stock at its full retail price of $79. Here's where to buy the Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure below. (Plus, make sure to check our guide on where to buy the Nintendo Switch).
Ring Fit Adventure: was $79 now $69 @ Amazon
Hurry! The Ring Fit Adventure is now in stock at Amazon. Better yet, add it to your cart and the price drops to $69.88! The Ring Fit Adventure is a fun peripheral for Switch owners who want to burn some calories while playing games. This is one of only a few times we've seen it on sale. View Deal
Ring Fit Adventure: $79 @ Best Buy
If Amazon runs out of stock, Best Buy has the Ring Fit Adventure in stock at its full price of $79. Again, we recommend you purchase it fast as stock tends to run out fast. (Target now has it in stock for $79). View Deal
Nintendo's hard-to-find Ring Fit Adventure is a fun peripheral for Switch owners who want to burn some calories while playing games. It's also a great accessory to have if you want to remain active, but hate the thought of running outdoors.
The Ring Fit Adventure consists of two accessories — a Ring-Con and a Leg Strap. The Ring-Con is a flexible hoop with two pads for pushing and pulling the ring in and out. You slide your Joy-Con into it much like how you would with the Nintendo Labo. The Leg Strap goes around your thigh and also contains slot where you slide in your Joy-Con. (Joy-Cons not included).
In our Ring Fit Adventure review, we were able to figure out how to use the Ring-Con relatively fast. Ring Fit Adventure, the name of the included game, is an obstacle course-style adventure that'll have you running in place, pulling on the Ring-Con, and performing repetitive sets of squats.
It's a fun and nice way to break a sweat, but keep in mind you'll probably burn more calories going for a run. That said, we still want one.