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'WWE 2K15' WCW mode speculated for PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360

'WWE 2K15'
'WWE 2K15'
Photo courtesy of 2K Games, used with permission

A WCW mode has been speculated for cross-generation video game, "WWE 2K15." According to a report from What Culture on June 29, many fans believe that the rumored inclusions of Goldberg and Sting may be due to the potential spotlight being shined o the former rival company of the WWE. However, both playable characters have not yet been announced by 2K Sports.

WCW competed against the WWE during the middle and late 1990s. Both companies engaged in a ratings battle that eventually became known as the Monday Night War. Goldberg and Sting were two of the biggest names from the rival promotion. Although the former was playable in previous games, the latter wrestler has not yet appeared in the series.

The potential WCW mode could be similar to the Attitude Era mode in "WWE '13." Players were able to play through the same story lines with multiple characters from the WWE over a two year period in the previous release. A similar setup could be applied to the upcoming "WWE 2K15" although not much details have been revealed on the gameplay front of the software product so far.

Instead, only the graphics and audio aspects have been discussed by 2K Sports. The upcoming video game is using new scanning and motion capture technologies to provide a better looking game when compared to past titles. Furthermore, Jerry "The King" Lawler and Michael Cole were brought in to record 30 hours of commentary, which should be sound more natural in this year's installment.

The first gameplay for "WWE 2K15" should be shown in the near future as the video game is slated to come out in several months on Oct. 28 in North America. Being a cross-generation release, it is being developed for the PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360 at the same time. You can find a promotional poster showing off the first round of playable characters from the official "WWE Games" Twitter webpage near the top of this article.