Latest update on the new WWE 2K22



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Latest update on the new WWE 2K22

After two troubled years, the WWE video game series is about to return. The release of the new video game seems to be coming soon and will bring different innovations to gamers such as the addition of a mode much requested by fans.

The federation's last game was WWE 2K20 and for the players, it was a real disappointment. With the usual developers, Yuke's, the game garnered negative reviews, eventually pushing WWE to a one-year hiatus from the video game series.

Instead of WWE 2K21, a much more arcade version was made for gamers who are passionate about wrestling, WWE 2K Battlegrounds, a game they didn't like so much that it still had more positive reviews than 2K20. The new WWE 2K22 According to insiders, the WWE game had to stop and update its plans for various DLCs several times, due to the numerous releases of the federation.

The new WWE 2K22 will finally see the return of the famous General Manager mode in which the player will manage the entire WWE in the role of the GM. Fans have therefore been listened to after numerous polls over the years.

The latest news on the new WWE 2K22

The General Manager mode on the WWE 2K22 will allow players to take total control of the federation: it will be possible to decide the matches, manage the best role, put on the best possible show for the audience.

Despite its incredible popularity, unfortunately, the model did not last long, from SmackDown vs Raw 2006 to SmackDown vs Raw 2008. The game of the Stamford-based federation will be available only for the following consoles: PC, Xbox One and PS4 while as regards next-gen consoles such as PS5 and Xbox Series X | S it will be playable only in backward compatibility.

The mode will return and will do so at the best possible time for WWE. The Stamford-based company faces fierce competition from the increasingly popular AEW, which is set to release its own game, developed by Yuke's, between late 2021 and early 2022.

Both WWE No Mercy and WWE SmackDown: Here Comes the Pain are frequently heralded as two of the best wrestling video games ever made. However, don't expect the same controls from either of those games - that's not what the team at Visual Concepts is going for with it comes to the next WWE 2K game.

"People who hope that we holistically adopt the control scheme or philosophy from one of their favorite games are likely to be disappointed; we are trying to combine the best ideas out there into a brand new wrestling experience that sets a new standard. The gameplay team is focused on Accessibility, Depth and Wrestling Experience."