WWE 2k22 finally came out three months ago after lot of hype and also dread behind it. This is due to the abysmal reception that WWE 2k20 got. The Executive Producer for the game has also left the series.

Thankfully, fan expectations were met this time around as WWE 2k22 turned out to be a huge success. It boasted lots of improved visuals, an overhauled gameplay system and a lot more modes, including the MyFaction mode.

3 months on, the game continues to get new updates, DLCS and features. Patrick Gilmore, who was Executive Producer for the game, took to Twitter and announced that he is leaving the series.

Soon, I begin a new adventure. Working on WWE2K has been spectacular and fulfilling, thanks to the incredible #WWE2Kdev team, supportive leaders at Visual Concepts and 2K, and especially the amazing and passionate #WWE2K22 community. Thank you all! Now, my watch has ended.


It was recently reported that Bryan Williams would be returning to the franchise, leaving Yuke’s. We will have to wait and see what this will mean for WWE 2k23.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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