The WWE Network will no longer be available on several devices as of this coming Tuesday due to changes being made to the service as WWE gets ready to introduce its new tiered pricing system.
As of Tuesday, users will no longer be able to view the WWE Network on Amazon Fire tablets, third generation (or earlier) Apple TVs, 2016 and earlier LG TVs, 2016 and earlier Samsung TVs, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Samsung and Sony blu-ray players, Sony non-android TVs and Windows 10 desktop.
These changes suggest that the long-mooted modifications to the pricing structure of the WWE Network, which were essentially confirmed by WWE co-President George Barrios last week, are now imminent.
It has been talked about for over a year how WWE will be introducing different levels of paid tiers to the Network, with the higher priced tiers expected to include a range of independent partner promotions (wXw, PROGRESS, ICW, EVOLVE, etc), additional content, discount codes for tickets and merchandise and much more.
WWE is also expected to bring in cheaper options that give fans access to classic content but not live content in an attempt to encourage jaded older fans to still part ways with their cash even if they are not fans of the current WWE product.