Will Logan Paul be in WWE 2K23?

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With the road to WWE 2K23 underway as we look forward to official reveals in the coming months, Logan Paul could be one of many to make the roster.

Here's everything we know so far about whether Logan Paul will find a home on the WWE 2K23 roster.

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Will Logan Paul be in WWE 2K23?

As the year ticks by, the buildup towards WWE 2K23 is already underway and there are plenty of clues about who will make it onto the roster.

Not every single superstar from the WWE 2K22 roster is guaranteed to make the cut, which is especially true as many who were in that game have since left for AEW.

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Last year, we saw the WWE 2K22 roster expand even after launch with several DLC packs that had been planned even prior to the title's release.

Following that DLC release schedule, one of the new superstars to join the fray was indeed Logan Paul who arrived after making his in-ring WWE debut back at WrestleMania 38.

With all of his in-game assets already built in now including his entrance, player model, moves, and even freshly recorded commentary for his character, including him won't be a challenge for the WWE 2K23 team.

He's also unlikely to be used as post-launch DLC this time, and will probably instead be a standard character in WWE 2K23 or potentially an unlockable.

WWE 2K23 roster continues to grow

While we've still got plenty of time for things to change, moves within WWE have led to several previously released superstars coming back into the fold.

Braun Strowman, Karrion Kross, Scarlett, Johnny Gargano, Candice LeRae, Dakota Kai, and Bray Wyatt have all returned to WWE and are likely to make it into the next installment of this gaming franchise.

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Other names like Sasha Banks and Naomi still remain up in the air, but them being built into WWE 2K22 in full means that, should they return, it's likely the team wouldn't need to do as much to make sure they're in WWE 2K23 at launch.