Bad Bunny Brings His Signature Style to WWE 2K23

Bad Bunny Brings His Signature Style to WWE 2K23

“Fans already knew that Bad Bunny is a passionate wrestling enthusiast – and even a participant after his thrilling appearance at a WWE event in May. Now, enthusiasts of Bad Bunny can take on the persona of the performer in the exciting new WWE 2K23 video game.

WWE 2K23 presents ‘The Bad Bunny Edition,’ featuring the charismatic Bad Bunny character dressed in the iconic attire he sported at the electrifying Backlash 2023 event in Puerto Rico, along with some fantastic extras. This remarkable version of the game is now available, priced at $139.99, and can be enjoyed on PCs via Steam, Microsoft Xbox Series X, Xbox One, as well as Sony PlayStation 5 and PS4 game consoles. It carries a ‘Teen’ rating, suitable for ages 13 and up. Notably, this edition also encompasses the ‘Icon Edition’ of the video game, which made its debut in March at $119.99. This includes a season pass for downloadable content, throwback renditions of wrestling legends like John Cena, exclusive arenas, and much more.

For those who desire a slightly different experience, there’s the ‘Bad Bunny Bundle’ priced at $89.99. This package includes all the exclusive content linked to the beloved performer and the ‘WWE 2K23 Cross-Gen Standard Edition’ tailored for PlayStation or Xbox consoles, in addition to some virtual currency.

But what if you already own WWE 2K23 and just want to add Bad Bunny to your roster? Well, you can purchase the ‘Bad Bunny Superstar Pack’ separately for a modest $9.99. And if you haven’t gotten your hands on the game yet, you’re in for a treat! The standard version is currently available at a whopping 50% off until October 25 for PlayStation consoles (digital download) and PCs through Steam.

Bad Bunny is undoubtedly on a roll when it comes to entertainment. Just last week, the 29-year-old artist, born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, released his latest album, ‘Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana.’

This week, he’s set to embark on his ‘Most Wanted Tour,’ a whirlwind four-month journey spanning 31 cities. The tour is scheduled to commence on February 21 in Salt Lake City, Utah, and will run through May, concluding with three consecutive shows in Miami.

Neil Lawi, WWE’s head of music, expressed his excitement by saying, “Following the global success of Bad Bunny’s new album ‘Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana’ last week, and his historic match at WWE Backlash in Puerto Rico, we are excited to continue to collaborate with the biggest artist in the world and continue to break records with the WWE 2K23 Bad Bunny Edition.”

And the excitement doesn’t end there – on Saturday night, Bad Bunny is set to make history once again. Not only will he be hosting “Saturday Night Live,” but he’ll also be the featured musical guest, promising a night of thrilling entertainment for his fans.”

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