As if you needed it!
We'd just about gotten over the disappointment of the Switch port of WWE 2K18, which we awarded a generous 3/10 to back in December, but following a recent patch to the Switch version the lovely folks over at Digital Foundry have opened the wound again with one of their trademark comparison videos with the Xbox One...
We'll be testing out the patch and updating our review
Earlier this month we reviewed WWE 2K18 on Switch, filled with excitement and anticipation for a wrestling experience on par with other console platforms. Unfortunately, the end result was a hot mess of inconsistent character models and a serious issue with performance slowdown. Well, there's...
Debuts don’t come more botched than this
Disclaimer: At the time of writing, developer Blind Squirrel has yet to patch the significant performance problems hampering WWE 2K18 on Switch, so we've published our review - and a score that reflects its current state - in full below. However, we do know that a patch is being worked on, so in the...
It's been a whole five years since a good ol 'rasslin game made an appearance on a Nintendo console (the last one being WWE '13 on Wii), so we're marking out like crazy for the full fat port of WWE 2K18 on Switch. As promised it is actually out today on the EU and US eShops, and will set you back a tidy £54.99 / €59.9
Just make sure your SD card has plenty of space
We're not sure what's been going on with WWE 2K18 on Switch, with the publisher saying little of note as the weeks drifted by with no release. Pre-orders got pushed back, videos of the game appeared and then disappeared just as quickly, making it seem like the exact opposite of 'launching a video game...
Stores apparently getting stock any day now, but still no release date
Nope, it doesn't look quite like that, although we kinda wish it did. It looks more like this: EDIT: The video has been removed. Boo. We still don't have a release date for WWE 2K18 on Switch, but YouTube user Gruby Nerd has apparently managed to get his hands on a...
"Switch release date is coming soon"
WWE 2K18 may be out on other systems, but Switch owners are still waiting for a solid release date, and the lack of a confirmed day has led some to speculate that the game may even slip into 2018. To add to this confusion, Amazon has been contacting those who have preordered the game in the UK with some rather...
Not so long ago we reported on the news that the eShop version of WWE 2K18 - which still doesn't have a solid release date, amazingly - would require 32GB of storage space, making a MicroSD card a necessity. Those of you expecting the physical version to be a different story are going to be disappointed, as it has been...
Big in every respect
WWE 2K18 may not have a solid release date on Switch yet, but that might be a blessing in disguise because if you're keen on playing it, you now have plenty of time to invest in a sizeable MicroSD card (or two). It has been revealed that to download the game you will need a MicroSD card with at least 32GB of storage spa
WWE 2K18 will arrive in 'Fall' on Nintendo Switch, bringing wrestling back to Nintendo hardware. As is the modern way there'll be a season pass, offering various extras if you put down a bit more cash; the question is whether the content is worth picking up. The DLC is all coming to the Switch, so Nintendo gamers won't miss out. The...
Limited to 30,000 copies
2K Games has lifted the lid on the special collector's edition of the forthcoming grappler WWE 2K18. Dubbed the Cena (Nuff) Edition, it celebrates the 15-year career of superstar John Cena - who is a fan of the Switch himself, as it happens - and is limited to 30,000 copies worldwide. Included in those 30,000 editions is...
2K Sports pins down some details
Earlier today there was the pleasing news that, for the first-time in many years, there'll be an official WWE game on Nintendo hardware. With WWE 2K18 coming to the system, plenty naturally wonder how feature-rich the Switch version will be. 2K Sports has now updated its website with details, and on the surface...
A long awaited return to Nintendo hardware
It's been churning around the rumour mill for a while, and a European retail listing gave some more hope, but now we know that WWE 2K18 is definitely coming to Nintendo Switch. Nintendo UK posted the following video with the news, which also confirms a pre-order bonus character of Kurt Angle. The...
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