Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers can’t currently be purchased on the Nintendo Switch eShop, at least in the US. The game is still available in the Canadian eShop, as well as in the EU and Japanese eShop, so it doesn’t necessarily mean the game is being delisted, but it has been unavailable for more than 24 hours.
The news comes courtesy of Nintendo Switch subreddit user IvyBoi64, who spotted the change while browsing the Nintendo eShop. While the listing for Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is still up, there is currently no way to digitally purchase the game in the US.
“Idk, if i’m only one who have seen this, but Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers has been delisted from the eShop,” IvyBoi64 wrote. “It seems to just be the only in US, as it’s still available on the EU and JP eShop. It’s only letting you buy the physical version. It may be temporary, but it’s been like that since yesterday morning.”
While Capcom has delisted games without warning before, it seems unlikely that that’s the case here given that the company doesn’t share the Street Fighter rights with anyone else. Hopefully, whatever the reason for the game’s delisting is, it’s solved soon.