Sting has commented on his inclusion in the upcoming "WWE 2K15," which is being developed on the PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360. According to a report from NZ Gamer on July 16, the wrestler disclosed that he is honored to be immortalized in the video game. He went on to uses one of his catchphrases by saying that "it's show time."
The legend also told Mirror that his deal with the WWE may extend beyond this year's installment of the wrestling franchise. Although he is 55 years old, Sting believes that he still has one more big match left in him. His handpicked opponent would preferably be The Undertaker, who was last seen losing his streak of wins at Wrestlemania to Brock Lesnar.
Sting hopes that The Undertaker, which reportedly suffered from a major concussion, would be able to recover and come back in time for Wrestlemania 31. The big event is taking place next year on March 29 in the new football stadium of the San Francisco 49ers in Santa Monica, CA. Furthermore, Sting also mentioned that he wanted to work with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, John Cena and Randy Orton.
A trailer announcing Sting as a pre-order bonus for "WWE 2K15" was first shown during the latest episode of Monday Night Raw. The live audience became excited a first, thinking that the wrestler will be showing up in person. However, the cheers turned into boos once the footage revealed that it was only for a video game.
Players who pre-order "WWE 2K15" are getting both the younger and older versions of Sting. The DLC pack will be exclusive at launch for the PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360 video game that is coming out first in North America on Oct. 28. European fans have to wait three days later to be able to pick the same product up. You can find an image of Sting from the latest trailer near the top of this article (courtesy of the official Twitter website of WWE Games).