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WWE 2K18 has landed on Switch, but it will continue to receive attention. Blind Squirrel, who worked on the game for Nintendo’s console, says that updates are on the way.

The studio tweeted a short while ago:


WWE 2K18 isn’t in the best shape on Switch at the moment. Players have reported all sorts of technical issues, such as a slow frame rate in handheld mode. Hopefully all of the kinks will be worked out in the weeks ahead.

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Update: PS4 comparison added in below.


Original: After a very confusing situation surrounding the release of WWE 2K18 on Switch, the game has finally launched. We’ve attached a bunch of gameplay videos below.

WWE 2K18 is just a couple of days away from hitting Switch. 2K has announced that the game is slated for December 6.

By pre-ordering the physical version of WWE 2K18, fans can receive two playable versions of WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle: his WWE “American Hero” persona (2001) and his ECW “Wrestling Machine” persona (2006). Digital copies will come with the Kurt Angle pack at no extra cost through December 13.

Another patch is on the way for NBA 2K18. Players on Switch will soon be able to update to version 1.06.

The latest patch will once again improve various aspects of the game. Visual Concepts has addressed various issues and made improvements in a number of areas.

The full patch notes are as follows:

The newest update for NBA 2K18 has arrived on Switch. We had originally found out about the patch a few weeks ago, though it’s now finally available for download.

This update once again makes a ton of improvements and changes across the board. We have the full patch notes below.

NBA 2K18 received its first discount on the Switch eShop today. In both North America and Europe, a 20 – 40 percent discount is in place.

Today’s sale also impacts all versions of the game. That means you can get the standard version, Legend Edition, or Legend Edition Gold at a discount.

Here’s the new price for all versions:

Yesterday, Take-Two Interactive reported its financial results. The company also held an earnings call with investors and others who are tied to the company.

Early on in the call, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick commented on the performance on NBA 2K18. In terms of Switch specifically, Zelnick said: “we’re very pleased with the title’s performance on this new platform”.

Another major patch is coming soon to NBA 2K18. 2K and Visual Concepts are implementing a bunch of changes and improvements to various aspects of the game.

We have the full patch notes below. When the update is live, we’ll let you know.

The Switch version of NBA 2K18 was in the spotlight yesterday as the 2017 – 2018 NBA season kicked off. During the game between the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers as well as the Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors, a Switch-specific commercial aired.

The ad itself isn’t anything too special. It takes a few seconds from the launch trailer mashed together with some Switch footage. Still, it’s noteworthy that the Switch version of NBA 2K18 is being advertised in this fashion.

Here’s a look at the commercial:

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NBA 2K18 update out now (version 1.04)

Posted on 2 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 5 Comments | 0 Likes

NBA 2K18’s latest patch has gone live. 2K Sports and Visual Concepts have started distribution of version 1.04.

The new NBA 2K18 update makes tons of improvements and changes across the board. If you missed them previously, you can find the full patch notes below.

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