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2K announced the full slate of DLC in the pipeline for WWE 2K18. Everything will be extended to Switch players, including a season pass.

Here’s the full rundown:

Accelerator

  • Players will gain access to all unlockable content available at launch in the game’s VC Purchasable section (excluding downloadable content);
  • Players can also decide the overall rankings and attribute levels for all playable characters throughout the life of the product;
  • The Accelerator will be available for $4.99.

Enduring Icons Pack

  • Playable WWE Superstars: The Hardy Boyz;
  • Playable WWE Hall of Famers: Beth Phoenix and The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express;
  • The Enduring Icons Pack will be available for $9.99.

MyPlayer Kick Start

  • Players will gain access to unlock and boost MyPlayer ratings and attributes made available at launch as part of the game’s MyCareer mode;
  • Players can also unlock all clothing made available at launch that provides attribute boosts in MyCareer;
  • MyPlayer Kick Start will be available for $9.99.

New Moves Pack

  • Explore a wide variety of new in-game moves, including the Tie Breaker (made popular by WWE Superstar Tye Dillinger); the Crash Landing (made popular by NXT Superstar Kassius Ohno); the Pumphandle Death Valley Driver (made popular by NXT Superstar Akam); and the Swinging Sleeper Slam (made popular by WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page).
  • The New Moves Pack will be available for $3.99.

NXT Generation Pack

  • Playable WWE and NXT Superstars: Aleister Black, Drew McIntyre, Elias, Lars Sullivan and Ruby Riot;
  • The NXT Generation Pack will be available for $9.99.

A season pass for WWE 2K18 will also be sold, allowing players to purchase select DLC at a reduced price. It will cost $29.99, a savings of more than 20 percent versus individual content purchases. You’ll gain access to the following items as they become available:

  • Accelerator;
  • Enduring Icons Pack;
  • MyPlayer Kick Start;
  • New Moves Pack;
  • NXT Generation Pack.

Source: 2K PR

Over the past few hours, the official Twitter account for the WWE Twitter account has been announcing superstars who will be offered in WWE 2K18 as DLC.

You can expect the following:

– The Hardy Boyz (previously confirmed)
– Elias
– Ruby Riot
– Drew McIntyre
– Lars Sullivan
– Ricky Morton
– Robert Gibson
– Beth Phoenix
– Aleister Black

WWE 2K18 will be on Switch this fall.

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2K Games and Visual Concepts are readying a new patch for NBA 2K18 on Switch. It hasn’t been said when exactly it will be available, but you can expect it “soon”.

In any case, the full patch notes are as follows:

It would be tough to deny that WWE 2K18 has an expansive roster. Two more wrestlers are joining the mix, though only as DLC.

The Hardy Boyz are confirmed to be joining WWE 2K18. Both will be available by purchasing the Deluxe Edition, Season Pass, or their individual pack. The first two items should be distributed on Switch.


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NBA 2K18’s launch hasn’t been entirely smooth. One big issue players have encountered pertains to corrupted and lost save data. It’s definitely an issue on Switch, but all versions of NBA 2K18 are affected.

On the bright side, we should be seeing a patch to address the situation soon. It’s not entirely clear when that will happen, but we’ll watch over the situation.

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WWE 2K18 first gameplay trailer

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IGN has posted the first gameplay trailer for WWE 2K18. It seems to be a compilation of plays ingame. You can watch this below.

A second video comparison has been published for NBA 2K18. We once again are able to see how the Switch version compares to the PlayStation 4 release. It’s a bit more helpful than the previous one we posted, as we have a split-screen view of the two for the full video. Watch the latest comparison below.

IGN published a new video that compares NBA 2K18 on Switch to the game running on a PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One S. See how the three versions stack up against each other below.


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2K Sports has prepared a launch trailer of sorts for NBA 2K18, which is out today on Switch. Have a look at the video below.

The file size situation surrounding NBA 2K18 on Switch has been a bit confusing. The Japanese Switch eShop initially listed the game for 6.8GB, but was later changed to 22.9GB.

Nintendo’s support site fully explains the situation. Here’s the full breakdown of storage requirements:

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