WWE 2K24 on Switch Is About As Likely As R-Truth Beating Roman Reigns

WWE 2K24
WWE 2K24

Are you looking forward to playing WWE 2K24 on Nintendo’s hybrid? Well, there has been no official announcement from 2K Sports or Visual Concepts regarding WWE 2K24 coming to the Nintendo Switch, but it doesn’t look like it’s happening. It seems like the folks behind WWE 2K24 are really honing in on consoles and PCs that pack more punch, aiming to amp up the game’s fidelity and targeting smoother framerates.

WWE 2K23 also did not make its way to the Switch, continuing a trend where recent iterations of the WWE 2K series have been absent from Nintendo’s platform, with the last one being the rather mid Battlegrounds that absolutely nobody remembers. This has led to disappointment among fans who enjoyed WWE 2K18 on the Switch, despite its performance issues and negative reception due to technical problems that has meant the series hasn’t been properly represented since.

The WWE 2K series, developed by Visual Concepts and published by 2K Sports, has been focusing on delivering a more refined experience on platforms such as the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X & S, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, as well as PC. The emphasis has been on improving graphics, gameplay mechanics, and overall presentation, which might be challenging to replicate on the Switch’s hardware without significant compromises.

Nintendo Switch owners looking forward to playing the latest WWE games may have to wait for official news from 2K Sports, or possibly even the Switch 2. The OG Switch simply isn’t powerful enough for the kind of sweaty men slapping manly meat that WWE 2K is all about.

 

About WWE 2K24

WWE 2K24 is finally here, bringing the electrifying excitement of WWE action right to your fingertips. With state-of-the-art graphics, fluid gameplay, and a star-studded roster, it sets a new standard for wrestling games (even if oldheads will still demand you respect No Mercy). Fans can look forward to diving into arguably the biggest WWE game yet on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, and Xbox One.

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