Is WWE 2K24 on Nintendo Switch?

Franco Diaz
Nintendo Switch running WWE 2K24

2K Games revealed a plethora of details about WWE 2K24’s new features, game modes, and more. However, many Nintendo fans are wondering if WWE 2K24 is playable on the Nintendo Switch console.

WWE fans are celebrating the arrival of WWE 2K24. The new game from the famous wrestling franchise is around the corner as the developers have marked March 8 as the long-awaited release date. However, players have the opportunity to play early.

In addition to revealing the game modes and all WWE 2K24’s editions, 2K Games disclosed the platforms that the new installment will be available on, finally answering the question for many Nintendo Switch players.

Here’s everything you need to know about the arrival of WWE 2K24 on Nintendo Switch.

Is WWE 2K24 available on Nintendo Switch?

WWE 2K24 is not available on Nintendo Switch. On the game’s official site, 2K Games detailed that all four editions of WWE 2K24 are playable on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Nintendo Switch players are once again left out of the franchise, which had a strong presence on the Wii and Wii U consoles in the past.

Hulk Hogan and Andre The Giant in WrestleMania 3
In WWE 2K24, you’ll be able to play as some wrestling legends.

However, that’s not the only piece of bad news for Nintendo console fans. Considering the WWE 2K23 roadmap, the new game is not expected to arrive on Nintendo Switch at any point, making players of this console have to wait for a possible addition with the 2025 edition.

All in all, that’s everything you need to know whether the new WWE 2K24 is on Nintendo Switch. For more on the game, check out our other WWE 2K24 guides.

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