With the title's release now less than two months away, many are focused on the WWE 2K22 price they'll have to shell out for the game.
Here's what we know so far about the WWE 2K22 price most players can expect to pay when it's released this March.
WWE 2K22 Price on PS4 and Xbox One
While other platforms will potentially be on the table, the ones we can count on having WWE 2K22 are PS4 and Xbox One.
While it won't be official until their slew of January announcements, which should include the Cover Star and confirmed release date, we fully expect the PS4 and Xbox One versions of WWE 2K22 to be $59.99.
If we see WWE 2K22 hit Nintendo Switch or PC, those will likely also be considered current gen releases and carry the $59.99 price for the Standard Edition.
As of now, we don't have any word that WWE 2K22 will hit a subscription service like Xbox Game Pass or PlayStation Now anywhere close to launch, so most players will be left to pay the full price if they want to hit the ground on day one.
Next Gen price would be higher, if it even happens
WWE 2K22 could potentially be the first game in franchise history to hit Next Gen, and the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions would be a bit pricier.
If it's released on those platforms, we expect the Next Gen WWE 2K22 price to be $69.99, lining up with Next Gen pricing used on most major sports titles that have crossed the generation gap.
However, as of now it's still very up in the air whether WWE 2K22 will even get a Next Gen release, as a recent job posting indicating that may be further down the line.
Even if a Next Gen release comes out on a delay, or they wait for WWE 2K23, there's no reason to believe it won't stick to the roughly $70 pricetag most PS5 and Xbox Series X|S titles have used.
Deluxe or Collector's Edition will be the most expensive options
If you're willing to pay a little extra, the WWE 2K22 price could go up a good bit for fans hoping to snag this year's Deluxe or Collector's Edition.
Details are still scarce about the various WWE 2K22 editions we'll receive, but those should be cleared up during January's highly anticipated reveals and the launch of pre orders.
Pricing has varied quite a bit in the last few years, sometimes including two tiers of non-Standard Editions with different rewards.
We'll probably see at least one Special Edition priced between $80 and $120 depending on what all is included, and the WWE 2K22 price for those could be the highest we've ever seen.
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