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‘WWE 2K15’ graphics, season mode and WWE Network support details revealed

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The first details may have been revealed in regards to “WWE 2K15.” According to a report from Just Push Start on April 1, a source told Hip Hop Gamer that the PS4 and Xbox One video game is going to feature “CGI-Quality” graphics with highly-detailed blood, bruises and sweat.

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Furthermore, the same potential insider stated that fighting in the crowd and the backstage areas will be retuning in this year’s version of the series. The season mode may also be revamped as it will follow the current storylines of the television show in real-time. Finally, the newly-launched WWE Network will be integrated into the software product.

“WWE 2K15” was confirmed to be in development by Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of 2K Sports, earlier this year during an earnings call. The new installment is going to, once again, be developed by Yuke’s with additional support provided by Visual Concepts. The video game has only been confirmed for the PS4 and Xbox One so far even though last year’s iteration came out on the PS3 and Xbox 360.

“WWE 2K15” is expected to be shown off in the next couple of months with a release date that will most likely be set sometime in the fall season. You can find a set of screens from the previous game, “WWE 2K14,” with the slideshow gallery located to the left side of this article.


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