2K Games posted a few more general details for the upcoming release of "WWE 2K15." According to a report from SEScoops on May 14, the publisher may not be launching the next installment of the series in 2014 as previously indicated. Instead, the company is possibly planning a release window set for early 2015.
Aside from giving the development teams some more time, the delay seems to make since from a financial standpoint. The WWE brand usually strive during the first quarter of the year due to the popular Royal Rumble and Wrestlemania events. "WWE 2K15" could benefit from the hype surrounding Wrestlemania 31, which takes place on March 25 of next year.
Rumors are also suggesting that the "30 Years of Wrestlemania" mode from "WWE 2K14" has been replaced. You can find a screen featuring the campaign of last year's installment from the official Facebook page of the franchise with the photo near the top of this article. Instead, "WWE 2K15" is expected to launch with a "My Career" mode where the player begins his or her wrestling career at NXT, the development division of the WWE. He or she has to work their way on to the main roster, ultimately winning championship belts.
The official roster for "WWE 2K15" has still not yet been announced. However, potential leaks suggest that John Cena, Justin Gabriel, Summer Rae and The Undertaker are going to be playable. In the past installments, the complete list of characters was usually announced during an event set before the SummerSlam, which takes place in Aug. of this year. However, the delay may have changed the announcement plans.
Only the PS4 and Xbox One versions "WWE 2K15" have been announced by 2K Games so far. The switch to the next-generation systems should bring many some improvements to the gameplay and visual elements. The aforesaid "WWE 2K14" has an official launch date of Oct. 29 in North American and Nov. 1 in Europe for the PS3 and Xbox 360.