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By Ozzie Mejia   //   October 5, 2015 7:00 AM

WWE 2K16 preview: The Bottom Line

2K, Yuke's, and Visual Concepts are making some mechanical adjustments to the latest iteration of the WWE 2K series. Shacknews got a chance to try out WWE 2K16 to see how it's coming out, while also getting a glimpse at the latest versions of MyCareer and 2K Showcase.

By Alice O'Connor   //   October 21, 2013 6:40 AM

WWE 2K14 DLC and Season Pass detailed

WWE 2K14's roster of 100 wrestlers is pretty impressive (well, it does have a few repeats from different eras), but what if your favourite is missing? As Vince McMahon would want, you'll be able to pay extra for more. Publisher 2K today unveiled three months of download content following its release at the end of the month, all bundled up in a Season Pass too.
By John Keefer   //   July 16, 2013 1:15 PM

WWE 2K14 had 'seamless transition' from THQ to 2K, dev says

"Amazingly enough, we worked throughout that whole time," said franchise creative director Cory Ledesma, who came to 2K Sports from THQ with most of the WWE team. "I think maybe we were only down half a day as we moved offices, or something like that; it was a really, really seamless transition."
By John Keefer   //   July 15, 2013 2:00 PM

WWE 2K14 pre-orders to get Ultimate Warrior as a bonus

The Ultimate Warrior is coming out of retirement and will be making his franchise debut in WWE 2K14. The only way you will be able to play the "Founding Father of Life Intensity," however, is to pre-order the game.
By John Keefer   //   June 25, 2013 9:30 AM

WWE 2K14 unveils The Rock as cover guy

Despite taking some occasional time off for movies, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been a central figure in the WWE universe. It seems only fitting that with the rebirth of the WWE series under the 2K Sports umbrella that the current WWE Champion becomes the cover boy for WWE 2K14.
By Alice O'Connor   //   February 14, 2013 10:00 AM

Take-Two picks up WWE franchise rights

As the corpse of THQ is split up and sold off following financial failure and "massive mistakes", we now know where another severed limb will be transplanted. After rumours of an acquisition last month, 2K has confirmed it'll be publishing the WWE series made by Japanese developer Yuke's.