‘WWE 2K18’ Confirmed To Be Current-Gen Port; New Features Detailed

After the announcement that WWE 2K18 will be coming to Nintendo Switch, the official WWE Twitter account confirmed that the game will indeed be a current-gen port.

Additionally, the game’s official website detailed new features included.

Like the other available versions of WWE 2K18, it includes a whole host of new features.

 

Get ready for eight man matches, a new grapple carry system, new weight detection, thousands of new animations and a massive backstage area. A brand-new rendering engine also gives WWE 2K18 a visual overhaul and will bring the drama of WWE to life like never before.

 

A new MyCareer experience puts you on the path to greatness as you journey along on the road to WrestleMania.  Explore WWE like never before through free-roaming backstage, conversing with WWE Superstars, forming alliances, making enemies, seeking out quests, and strategizing for upcoming matches.

Can your MyPlayer make it to the WWE Hall of Fame?  Introducing the all-new Road to Glory. Compete with opponents online to improve your MyPlayer by earning unlockables, boosts and upgrades all while securing your entry into special events that are held alongside real-life WWE special events, such as pay-per-views.

 

Customize WWE like never before with an even deeper set of customization tools and the new Custom Match option. The robust Creation Suite also offers even more detailed features for Create-a-Superstar, Create-a-Video and Create-an-Arena.

 

Dominate the ring with tons of your favorite WWE, NXT and legendary Superstars.WWE 2K18 offers the most complete roster of the biggest and brightest WWE and NXT Superstars and Legends to ever grace a WWE ring.”

Although some other 3rd party titles coming to Switch feel like watered-down versions of the games, WWE 2K18 sure seems like the full package.

Are you excited for the wrestling game to hit Nintendo’s hybrid console? Comment below, let us know.

Aric Sweeny
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