The WWE 2K franchise’s performance has not been up to the mark, and with the failure of the WWE 2K 20, the franchise decided to take a one-year break, and now it has made its debut with a teaser of the WWE 2K22 during WrestleMania 37, which features Rey Mysterio and Cesaro.
The game is looking much better than the WWE 2K 20; unfortunately, the trailer does not have a preview of the gameplay. It looks like the company has really taken the feedback seriously as the WWE 2K 22’s producer Patrick Gilmore promised Visual Concepts was studying the best wrestling games of the past to solve the gameplay issues.
Core Gameplay: making the superstar vs. superstar gameplay the best it’s ever been.
Emergence: leveraging physics and more generic object/environment systems to enable spectacular gameplay that players feel in control of.
WWEX (WWE Experience): delivering an end-to-end true WWE experience in all aspects of the game, from UI and wrapper, to superstars, match types, and story modes.
Online: improving all aspects of the online experience.
Character: make the best looking superstars of all time.
Create: Upgrade the creation suite, and make our community creation tools feel like magic to use.
The WWE 2K 22 will be released soon, although platforms haven’t been announced yet.