WWE 2K23 PC will be once again based on the old-gen version

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2K Games has just announced the next part in its WWE 2K series, WWE 2K23. And, as the title implies, PC gamers will be once again getting the old-gen version of this wrestling game. As 2K Games has officially confirmed, WWE 2K23 will be not based on the current-gen (PS5/Xbox Series X) version.

As the official FAQ states:

“The Standard Edition is available on previous-gen platforms (PS4, Xbox One consoles and PC) and on current-gen consoles (PS5 and Xbox Series X|S) in both physical and digital formats.”

And there you have it everyone. Apparently, our PC systems are not powerful enough for the current-gen version, so we’ll have to keep playing the old-gen version. And, at this point, I begin wondering why PC gamers have purchased WWE 2K21 and WWE 2K22 on PC. Seriously, stop supporting studios that give you old-gen versions of their games. You deserve better.

2K Games has also shared a new video for WWE 2K23, revealing its cover athlete (who is no other than John Cena).

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