WWE 2K Takes the iOS and Android Formats to Suplex City
Wrestlemania 31 might be over, but you'll be able to make your own epic matches on the go with WWE 2K coming to the iOS and Android formats.
WWE 2K for iOS and Android will include Bray Wyatt, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, Daniel Bryan, the Undertaker, Triple H, Sting, Hulk Hogan, John (Yawn) Cena and the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Seth Rollins. Surprisingly, former champion Brock Lesnar was not listed as a part of the game's roster. There will be three different match types, which will likely include a type of cage match. We have doubts as to whether or not the mobile formats could handle having tag team matches. There will be full entrances individual move sets for every wrestler. WWE 2K will also include Create-a-Superstar Mode, Career Mode, live multiplayer and unlockable rewards in-game. Unfortunately, there is no word on whether or not this mobile game will become an annual series like its console counterpart.
“WWE 2K marks a great milestone in 2K’s partnership with WWE, as we bring the first authentic WWE simulation experience to market for mobile devices,” said Greg Thomas, President at Visual Concepts (a subsidiary studio of 2K). “WWE gaming enthusiasts will soon experience WWE action and several fan-favorite modes inspired by the WWE 2K flagship console series in an engaging new way.”
Currently scheduled for a spring 2015 release, WWE 2K will hit the iOS and Android formats with a price tag of $7.99.