WWE 2K24 Reveals March Release Date And Cover Stars

WWE 2K24 Release Date Trailer

WWE 2K24 will officially launch on March 8th, according to a new announcement trailer. It will be available on PC and current or last-gen PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

The trailer also reveals the newest cover stars, with Cody Rhodes featured on the Standard Edition.

The Deluxe Edition includes both Rhea Ripley and Bianca Belair as a dual cover. The PlayStation store page confirms this edition will add a Season Pass, a Deluxe Edition Bonus Pack, and the Nightmare Family Pack.

The Nightmare Family Pack features four superstars and three MyFaction cards.

Pre-orders are available now. On PlayStation, the Standard Edition is going for a traditional $59.99, and the Deluxe Edition will cost you $99.99.

Today’s announcement trailer is full of fan service for every generation of fans, teasing that WWE 2K24 will “relive 40 years of Wrestlemania”.

2K sports releases can sometimes feel like mere obligation as every new year arrives. But it’s clear the developers made some key improvements compared to previous installments.

The roster is unexpectedly comprehensive, and it’s likely to impress most longtime fans of WWE.

The fresh match types, such as Casket, Gauntlet, and Ambulance, will also help shake up typical gameplay.

MyRISE will have two unique career arcs with original stories that support both the men’s and women’s divisions.

The game will also have a Universe mode, one of the more flexible features where fans can manipulate feuds and more. It also has new cutscenes as a nice incentive.

WWE 2K24 has made some great strides by featuring Rhea Ripley and Bianca Belair as cover stars. It’s the first time in the series that two women were featured as dual cover stars.

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  1. Can they bring back the AKI wrestling games already with modern graphics please! Bring Def Jam back!

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