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New details on WWE 2k18 career mode revealed

The new WWE 2k18 game will be a smash hit. Now, 2k is releasing more information about the MyCareer mode which will be included.

Not only will the game feature a free-roaming feature, but there are two primary paths you can travel down on your way to becoming your own WWE Superstar.

2k described a Company Man as being:

“This involves conspiring with the GMs backstage, ambushing other WWE Superstars in the locker room or during their interviews and basically doing whatever it takes to maintain that GM’s power, both in the ring and backstage. The rewards are hefty, though! Continue helping the GM succeed, and you’ll gain access to awesome upgrades, such as the ability to orchestrate a run-in to help you win a match. You can also access Vince McMahon’s office to lobby for match card changes and title rematches.”

The Fan Favorite is described as a rebel character who cuts amazing promos with a cutting edge attitude.

“Being a Fan Favorite means you don’t play the whole company game and you’re all about putting on the best matches and promos. You have a locker room full of WWE Superstars and Legends backstage. This route involves earning their respect by taking on different match types – night-in and night-out. You’ll also have WWE Superstars test your in-ring aptitude and skills on the microphone, but if you succeed at this, you will earn the whole locker room’s respect – and with that comes some perks. WWE Legends are always backstage during events. If you earn their respect, they’ll start to give you in-ring bonuses for your matches and promos. If you become the complete package – the guy who can walk the walk and talk the talk like Stone Cold Steve Austin or John Cena – you’ll be able to have your own customized WWE Championship or Universal Championship. This honor is only given to the best of the best.”

 


  • CC

    I do have lots of issues with this site these days, but video games is fine if they are wrestling related.
    Lets face it, the only people interested in wrestling games are wrestling fans, so news stories about games are acceptable.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    But they’re licensed WWE video games…. and this one actually sounds good…

  • Arnold Jackson

    So this site is reduced to articles about stupid videogames now? Just stick to the actual wrestling stuff and leave the opinions on videogames to IGN and whoever.