2K Unveils WWE 2K Simulation Game for Mobile

WWE 2K will offer gameplay inspired by the franchise's console games, including a Create-a-Superstar mode and live multiplayer matches.

WWE 2K Kane

2K has announced WWE 2K, the first simulation-based WWE video game for mobile. Developed by n-Space, in conjunction with 2K studio Visual Concepts, the game will offer gameplay inspired by its console-based counterparts in the original WWE 2K franchise.

In WWE 2K for mobile, players will have access to multiple gameplay modes, including a career mode and live multiplayer matches. Gamers can choose from a roster including WWE Superstars John Cena, Hulk Hogan, Sting, Triple H, Undertaker, Daniel Bryan, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Bray Wyatt (among others), or create their own Superstar to take into the ring.

WWE 2K John Cena vs. Rusev

WWE 2K will feature three match types, full WWE Superstar ring entrances and comprehensive move sets. As gamers play, they’ll unlock various rewards.

In a statement, Greg Thomas, president at Visual Concepts, commented on the game:

WWE 2K marks a great milestone in 2K’s partnership with WWE, as we bring the first authentic WWE simulation experience to market for mobile devices. WWE gaming enthusiasts will soon experience WWE action and several fan-favorite modes inspired by the WWE 2K flagship console series in an engaging new way.

WWE 2K is expected to release on iOS and the Amazon Appstore in Spring 2015. The game will cost $7.99. Check back soon for more.