The Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure may be the biggest video game for the Switch. As gyms continue operating with limited capacity, everyone's found the fun in using the Ring Fit Adventure to break a sweat during the stay-at-home era. The one issue with the game, which leverages a fun RPG game to get you to use exercises to stop mythical beasts, is that its greatness has also led to scarcity making it hard to find where to buy Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure — but now it's not as hard.
Currently, Amazon has the Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure in stock for $69.88. In addition to Amazon, other retailers also have the Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure in stock below. (If you're looking for a console, make sure to check our guide on where to buy the Nintendo Switch).
Where to buy Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure
Ring Fit Adventure: was $79 now $69 @ Amazon
Good news, everyone! The Ring Fit Adventure is in stock at Amazon for $69.99. (You'll need to add it to your cart to see the sale price). The Ring Fit Adventure is a great way for Switch owners to get a fast and effective workout at home, in the guise of a video game. Hard to find and rarely on sale, this is as good as Ring Fit Adventure deals get. View Deal
What is the Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure?
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.