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2K Announce New Entry In The WWE2K Franchise

Just when it looked like grappling fans weren’t going to get their hands on a WWE game this year, like an RKO Outta Nowhere 2K announced WWE2K23, and with a March release date to boot!

Boasting an updated roster, improved MyGM and MyRise modes, a new Superstar Showcase and the first ever inclusion of the War Games match, the team haven’t rested on their laurels after the success of 2K22, striving for bigger and better things this time around.

Speaking of bigger… they don’t come much bigger than this years cover-star and Superstar Showcase subject… The Prototype. The Dr of Thuganomics. Mr. Hustle. Loyalty. Respect himself… JOHN CENA.

Similar to 2K22, there are a whole host of different versions available to buy, ranging from the base game to the ‘Icon Edition’, but what sets them apart?

Standard Edition

Available On: Steam, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

The Standard Edition is the base game, plus the pre-order bonus of a Bad Bunny playable character, and Ruby MyFACTION Card.

This base version of the game will set you back anywhere between £50 and £65 from most retailers or digital stores.

Cross-Gen Edition

Available On: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Exactly the same as the Standard Edition, but for a few quid more players get both the PS4 and PS5 OR Xbox One/Xbox Series X/S versions of the game, depending on their console of choice.

Digital only, this version comes in at £64.99.

Deluxe Edition

Available On: Steam, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

To paraphrase Jim Ross, this is where business starts to pick up.

The Deluxe Edition Includes the Pre-Order bonus, as well as:

  • Access 3 days early (starting on the 14th March)
  • A Season Pass covering all 5 planned DLC releases
  • A MyRISE Mega Boost
  • SuperCharger
  • A Ruby John Cena MyFACTION Evo Card
  • An Emerald Bianca Belair MyFACTION Card
  • A Gold Asuka MyFACTION Card
  • A Gold Edge MyFACTION Card
  • 3 basic Premium Launch MyFACTION Packs

For those wondering what the ‘SuperCharger’ is, it automatically unlocks a number of Legendary wrestlers immediately, rather than having to earn in-game points to unlock them.

The Deluxe Edition comes in both Physical and Digital form and ranges in price from £80 to £90.

Icon Edition

Available On: Steam, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

Finally we come to the Icon Edition, a digital exclusive weighing in at a whopping £104.99.

Including everything from the Deluxe version, the ICON version also comes with:

  • 1 Emerald Paul Heyman Manager MyFACTION Card
  • 3 Deluxe Premium Launch MyFaction Packs
  • Ruthless Aggression Exclusive content

The Ruthless Aggression content contains FCW versions of John ‘The Prototype’ Cena, ‘Leviathan’ Batista, Randy Orton and Brock Lesnar, as well as the John Cena Legacy Championship Belt, a Prototype Cena MyFACTION Card and the WrestleMania 22 arena.

The Bottom Line

WWE2K23 slams it’s way onto consoles and PC on the 17th March.

Late announcements aren’t usually a good sign when it comes to games, but it still remains to be seen whether WWE2K23 can retain the Championship 2K22 earned last year, or whether it will be rolled up for a quick pin and tossed into the bargain bins come SummerSlam.