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Nintendo Switch enthusiasts can now step into the ring in the most popular video game in the WWE Universe.
2K announced WWE 2K18 has officially made its way to Nintendo Switch as of Wednesday, Dec. 6. The new release for Switch marks the first WWE video game to appear on a Nintendo platform in over five years and the first portable WWE video game in six years.
Anyone planning to pick up a copy of WWE 2K18 for Nintendo Switch can rest assured that the popular features announced for this year’s game will be available. This includes WWE 2K18’s expansive roster of playable characters, the updated Creation Suite, Universe and MyCareer modes as well as the all-new Road to Glory Mode.
In addition, Switch fans can play on TV or in handheld mode with up to four people in online or local multiplayer.
Anyone who pre-orders a physical copy of WWE 2K18 for Nintendo Switch will receive two playable character versions of Kurt Angle, specifically his 2001 “American Hero” persona and 2006 “ECW Wrestling Machine” persona. Fans who purchase the digital version for Nintendo Switch will receive access to the Kurt Angle Pack at no additonal cost from the Nintendo eShop until Dec. 13, 2017.
The WWE 2K18 Season Pass and DLC offerings will also be available to Switch players. This includes popular features like the Accelerator and MyPlayer Kick Start as well as highly-anticipated DLC bundles, including the Enduring Icons Pack and New Moves Pack.
WWE 2K18 is rated “T” for Teen by the ESRB and is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.