Tables, Ladders & Chairs (a.k.a. TLC), a PPV for which the main focus went around the long-time waited S.H.I.E.L.D. reunion, and the other matches… And suddenly, Roman Reigns (and Bray Wyatt by the way) became sick after a viral infection (apparently parotitis instead of meningitis as we were informed at first), so the whole reunion idea had to be scratched at least for now. But the big surprise was who would be the substitutes for Wyatt and Roman? Well, none others than AJ Styles, who was in South America by that time, and Kurt Angle!
WWE 2K18 features two distinctive game modes My Career and Road To Glory. The character that you make in the career mode is the same fighter you can use in Road To Glory creating a realistic system that builds up your character then allows you to show them off in an all-new online mode that follows the actual WWE Pay-Per-View schedule. Continue reading WWE 2K18: Game Modes: My Career & Road To Glory
Revealing the multiple upcoming WWE 2K18 DLC packages including new players, new moves, clothes, and other bonuses that all will be available throughout the game’s course. Expect Individual content packages this year and other packages releasing early 2018. Continue reading Check out the 5 WWE 2K18 DLCs
Last week was the most recent RAW-exclusive PPV, No Mercy, and the hype of this one created different expectations on the fans: many of them didn’t expect a lot of it, according to what we just recently saw at SmackDown’s Battleground and SummerSlam, and the rest were waiting for a classic match between the big dog and John Cena, and a savage fight for the Universal championship between Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman.
So, what did we get? Another disappointment? A historical night of wrestling?
The first in the WWE 2K series to, WWE 2K18 will be released for the PC the same day as it releases for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Continue reading WWE 2K18 Coming To PC in October
Do you know what do Superman, The Godfather, Spider-Man and Pirates of the Caribbean have in common? Terrible third sequels… But for any bad third sequel, there will be always a Return of the King somewhere.
2K Games and WWE have announced the first batch of confirmed superstars to be playable characters on the upcoming WWE 2K18, the next game in the WWE 2K franchise, which is promising to be the biggest game of the franchise yet.
I like logic in wrestling. I know, I know, sometimes these nouns have nothing in common (Angle’s illegitimate son in 2017? Really?), but crazy histories don’t mean that the wrestling itself cannot have some logic in what happens inside the ring. If you are like me, last Sunday’s Battleground is not for you!
As it is usual with this kind of event, the WWE has already recorded what we will be able to watch through the WWE Network on August 28 when the first four episodes of the Mae Young Classic become available to stream, so below you can find the full list of matches for the first round of this 32-women single-elimination championship. We also have the results, but those are hidden within “spoiler” tags, so that only if you want to see them, you will.
Since I had to figure out a way to title this article and I’m not entirely convinced it explains itself properly, let me tell you, this article is composed of two different situations that are happening with the upcoming WWE 2K18 game, the first one is that the game has been announced for the Nintendo Switch; the second one is about all the upgrades that have been announced for the game itself, regardless of its platform. Let’s check it all out.