It’s game on for Bad Bunny…
The 29-year-old Puerto Rican Grammy-winning superstar is officially making his big crossover into video games; he’s featured in a new edition of 2K’s best-selling WWE 2K23 wrestling title.
Bad Bunny is a well-known WWE fan, having participated in the San Juan Street Fight at WWE’s Backlash 2023 premium live event — where he defeated Damian Priest.
The news comes after Bad Bunny announced dates for his Most Wanted Tour across North America.
“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,” said Neil Lawi, WWE’s head of music.
The Bad Bunny Edition of the game is available for $139.99 (list price) and includes the WWE 2K23 Icon Edition with the Bad Bunny Superstar Pack, which features the following content: The playable version of Bad Bunny; Bad Bunny Diamond tier MyFaction EVO card, which can upgrade to Pink Diamond; Bad Bunny MyFaction logo, nameplate and background; LWO Puerto Rico shirt part for Superstar Creator; and 15,000 VC (the game’s virtual currency).
The WWE 2K23 Icon Edition also features the Ruthless Aggression Pack, featuring John Cena’s early “Prototype” character, as well as “Leviathan” Batista, developmental rookie versions of Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton, the John Cena Legacy Championship and WrestleMania 22 Arena; along with other content.
Players who already own WWE 2K23 can buy the Bad Bunny Superstar Pack as a stand-alone purchase for $9.99. The Bad Bunny Bundle also is available for $89.99; that includes the WWE 2K23 Cross-Gen Standard Edition, the Bad Bunny Superstar Pack, Bad Bunny Bonus Pack and 32,500 VC.