An exciting update has emerged regarding the Forty Years of WrestleMania mode set to be featured in the highly anticipated WWE 2K24 video game.
When the game hits store shelves next month, fans will have the opportunity to relive some of their most cherished WrestleMania moments through this game’s Showcase mode. With WWE 2K14 previously showcasing Thirty Years of WrestleMania, many fans are curious about the enhancements and differences in the new mode, ten years later.
It has now been confirmed that the Forty Years of WrestleMania mode will encompass a staggering 21 matches for players to experience. WWE 2K gameplay producer Bryan Williams disclosed this exciting detail during an interview with WCCFTech.
Williams highlighted that this year’s mode will showcase a significantly increased representation of female wrestlers. He expressed enthusiasm about the diverse selection of matches spanning from the 1980s to the current era, ensuring that every wrestling fan’s favorite era is represented.
Williams elaborated, stating, “There are 21 matches from the 80s, the 90s, the 2000s, 2010s, up to the 2020s… the current day. So we have a wide selection, every era is represented.”
Moreover, he emphasized the inclusion of more female wrestlers in this year’s Showcase mode, reflecting the evolving landscape of WWE over the years.
Williams also revealed that one of the matches featured in the demo showcased Rhea Ripley facing off against Charlotte Flair from WrestleMania 39. This serves as a promising glimpse of the thrilling experiences awaiting players in this year’s Showcase.
Excitement for WWE 2K24 continues to build as its release date approaches. Scheduled for launch on PlayStation 4 & 5, Xbox One, Series X & S, and Microsoft Windows on March 8, fans who pre-order the Deluxe or Forty Years of WrestleMania editions will enjoy early access from March 5, along with additional bonus content included in these editions.
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