WWE 2K18 for Nintendo Switch

WWE 2K18

Dec 6, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Yuke's
Content Rating: Teen


Finally, WWE video games are back on Nintendo platforms with WWE 2K18, available for the first time EVER on Nintendo Switch! Featuring cover Superstar Seth Rollins, WWE 2K18 promises to bring you closer to the ring than ever before with hard-hitting action, stunning graphics, drama, excitement, new game modes, additional match types, deep creation capabilities, and everything you've come to love from WWE 2K. The best part is, the action never stops on Nintendo Switch, and you can enjoy WWE 2K18 at home, on-the-go, anywhere!

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Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
Daan KoopmanDec 10, 2017
None of the single-player modes are particularly fun and playing it with more than two wrestlers is out of the question. This discounts most of the current offerings in the game and leaves a very slim package to be enjoyed. Even those moments are riddled with bugs and audio cuts that really aren't acceptable. The two man matches can be entertaining, but the sacrifice is simply a few steps too far.
Jamie WardDec 20, 2017
I still don’t know why publishers release games in a state like this and think it’s okay, but there may be some ray of light for Nintendo owning wrestling fans though, as I have no doubt that there will be a performance patch at some point down the line, as the same happened with 2K Games’ other Switch game, NBA 2K18. But still, that’s not a guarantee. Until then, stay well away from WWE 2K18. Just like the WWE tell us in their promos, don’t try this at home, school or anywhere else.
Mitchell SaltzmanDec 08, 2017
WWE 2K18 for the Switch wasn’t ready to be released, plain and simple. The degree of slowdown in any match type with more than two people in the ring at the same time is simply unacceptable. Add onto that the weird audio glitches and an overall lack of polish, and the underwhelming single-player modes that impact all versions of WWE 2K18, and you have a Switch port that even the biggest of wrestling fans should stay far away from.

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