While we still don’t get any new details about MyCareer, or any story mode in the game, we do finally get a real look at the actual in game mechanics. They sure do look pretty crisp. As a professional wrestler myself, this video really shows how much of a real to life gaming feel they are trying to give you. Take a look here:
As you can tell it looks very smooth, with a lot of new move sets added, and the ability to truly fight almost anywhere. It feels a lot like the return of a franchise favorite, Smackdown: Here Comes The Pain where players could really move about the entire arena to fight. With one of the most extensive rosters, and a hype train that is moving full speed ahead, WWE 2K18 is really looking to be a step in the right directions. Recent installments have felt bland, but if the promotion tour of 2K18 is to be believed, the franchise is looking good.
Developed collaboratively by Yuke’s and Visual Concepts, a 2K studio, WWE 2K18 is rated “T” for Teen by the ESRB. WWE 2K18 is currently scheduled for worldwide release on October 17, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, computer entertainment system and Xbox One, as well as this Fall 2017 for Nintendo Switch. Early Access players will receive their copies and in-game bonuses beginning four days early on October 13, 2017. For more information on WWE 2K18 and 2K, visit wwe.2k.com, become a fan on Facebook, follow the game on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtags #WWE2K18 and #BLN1 or subscribe on YouTube