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WWE 2K18

2K Sports passed along a handful of new screenshots from the Switch version of WWE 2K18 which officially releases this week. Check out the images below.

WWE 2K18

2K Sports released a trailer to promote this week’s launch of WWE 2K18 on Switch. Take a look at the video 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.

We don’t have to remind you that 2K’s handling of WWE 2K18 on Switch has been incredibly odd. Since the initial announcement awhile back, we’ve barely heard a peep about the game. Other than 2K saying last week that news would be coming soon, that’s all we’ve really seen.

The latest development is a strange one. Apparently WWE 2K18 is already available for purchase on Switch in some European shops despite 2K still not committing to a firm release date. At this point we have no idea what’s going on, but it seems as though the official launch isn’t too far off.

WWE 2K18

Since we found out about WWE 2K18 for Switch, 2K Sports has kept Nintendo fans in the dark. The publisher hasn’t had a single update about the game since then. That’s caused all sorts of speculation due to retailers listing it in their circulars, online pre-orders being cancelled, and more.

The official WWE Twitter account says that Switch owners haven’t been forgotten. Additionally, news about a release date is “coming soon.” Until then, we’ll just have to wait for an announcement.


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An updated packaging image for the Switch version of WWE 2K18 confirms a download requirement for the physical version. If you plan on picking the game up, you’ll need 24GB of free space for an extra download.

Extra downloads for physical releases of Switch games are starting to become more common. Just a few hours ago, we heard about something similar with L.A. Noire. Doom will also have a separate download for multiplayer.

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WWE 2K18

Nintendo’s website listing for WWE 2K18 offers up some new information about the game’s download. Similar to 2K Sports’ other recent title 2K18, you’ll need quite a bit of free space.

The digital version of WWE 2K18 requires a microSD card with at least 32GB of free space. That’s in addition to 1GB on the system memory. The microSD card has to be inserted before beginning the download.

We still don’t actually know when WWE 2K18 is heading to Switch. Thus far, 2K has only said we can expect it sometime this fall.

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WWE 2K18 trailer

Posted on 5 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 1 Comment

WWE 2K18’s initial release is taking place today, though the Switch version is due out a bit later in the fall. We do have the official launch trailer, available below.

WWE 2K18 is packed with all sorts of neat filters. One of these is an 8-bit filter, which attempts to emulate the style of games from way back in the day.

Here’s a look:

Aside from the 8-bit filter, WWE 2K18 has a few other ones as well. They are as follows:

– Late 90’s Filter
– 1990’s Filter
– 1980’s Filter
– Black & White
– Sepia
– Bad VHS
– Vignette

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WWE 2K18 is partnering with KFC in a somewhat strange way. In the game, players will be able to create a custom character based on Colonel Sanders. Sanders, of course, is the founder of the fast food chain restaurant and is essentially the official mascot.

Here’s a video promoting the partnership:

WWE 2K18 will be on Switch later this year

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