A few months ago, we were unsure if WWE 2K14 (originally titled WWE '14) would even be made. Much like the real-life acquisition of WCW by Vince McMahon, WWE 2K14 was one of the titles stuck in limbo due to THQ filing for bankruptcy earlier in the year; wrestling fans worldwide were wondering what would happen to the WWE's gaming franchise. Luckily, Take-Two Interactive picked up the rights to WWE 2K14. And it's finally bell-time now that their subsidiary company, 2K Sports, has released WWE 2K14 much to the delight of the millions (and millions!), of wrestling fans worldwide. Similar to the in-ring shenanigans of our favorite over-muscled soap opera, wrestling tends to hype and build up feuds until its pay-per-view pinnacle, and this is where we're at with WWE 2K14. So what'cha gonna do brother, when WWE 2K14 runs wild on you!
Wrestling fans rejoice! One of the WWE's most iconic wresters will be gracing the cover of the upcoming WWE 2K14.
Take-Two Interactive and the WWE have reached a new agreement that will see the long-running wrestling video game brand continue.