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'WWE 2K15' pre-order, information blowout and more discussed

'WWE 2K14' Razor Ramon
'WWE 2K14' Razor Ramon
Photo courtesy of 2K Games, used with permission

Jared Rea has provided a statement in regards to his company's plans with the upcoming multiplatform video game, "WWE 2K15." According to a report from Cage Side Seats on May 22, the community and social media manager at 2K Games first re-confirmed that the video game will be coming out on Oct. 28 in the United States. Internationally, the software product is due to be released on Oct. 31.

The representative went on to state that "WWE 2K15" will be made available for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The publisher is currently working with Amazon to put up reservation pages for all versions of the wrestling title. Finally, he concluded his statement by thanking fans for their patience, adding that they can't wait to provide a complete blowout on the video game.

Aside from the release plans, the publisher has not yet provided any details on the project. One of the mysteries involves the developer. Yuke's developed the previous games of the series while Visual Concepts helped out with "WWE 2K14." The statement from Jared Rea can be found below (courtesy of 2K Forums):

Today we're confirming that WWE 2K15 will launch in the United States on October 28, and internationally on October 31. Furthermore, we can also confirm that it will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. We're currently working with Amazon to open up our pre-order page for all available consoles. That's all for now! Thanks for your continued patience. We can't wait to blow the doors of this thing.

"WWE 2K14" was released several weeks before the launch of the PS4 and Xbox One. Although the publisher decided to skip a next-generation release last year, 2K Games will be supporting the two new consoles this year. As a result, fans may be able to see some potential improvements to the gameplay and graphics.

Based on previous leaks, "WWE 2K15" should feature plenty of members (such as John Cena, Summer Rae and The Undertaker) from the current active roster. On the other hand, a few legends are not happy with the compensation of having their likelihood used in the upcoming game. Mick Foley, for example, has already hinted that he may not be included. You can find a screenshot depicting "WWE 2K14" from the official "WWE Games" Twitter page near the top side of this article.

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