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WWE 2K15 is a professional wrestling video game developed by Yuke's & Visual Concepts and published by 2K Sports for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One. It is the second game published by 2K Sports since Take-Two gained the license from THQ in a bankruptcy filing. It is the second game in the WWE 2K series. It was released on October 28, 2014 in North America and October 31, 2014 in Europe. The release date for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version was pushed back to November 18, 2014.

Development

Yukes Senior Producer, Arnaud Frey, revealed at Summerslam Axxess 2012, that they were currently developing a "next-generation WWE game". With 2K's acquisition of the WWE license in early 2013, it's not certain whether Yukes' work carried over into the production of WWE 2K15.

WWE 2K15 is its first attempt as next-generation game for PS4 and Xbox One. WWE Superstar Justin Gabriel released a photo of himself being "scanned" for what appears to be the Eco-Motion engine used in NBA 2K14's next generation game. Ronnie Singh, 2K's community manager described the Eco-Motion engine as follows, "One example of the Eco-Motion Engine in action is the new fluid nature of player animations. Gone are the days of pre-canned animations that must play out exactly as they were mocapped. Now, players adjust their movements based on the environment around them." This shakes up the WWE games series as the game has previously been nothing but pre-canned animations.

Former WWE NXT star Chris Hero released a photo on his Instagram account of himself in a motion-capturing suit, presumably capturing animations for WWE 2K15.

WWE performers, Justin Gabriel and Big Show also posted pictures of themselves on a face scanner which means they are possibly confirmed to appear in the game.

It was confirmed that CM Punk would be in the game as well.

At E3 2014 it was confirmed that John Cena, Bray Wyatt, Daniel Bryan, Cesaro, Roman Reigns, AJ Lee, Sting, Naomi and Hulk Hogan (Retro) would all be in the game.

This would also mark Sting's first ever WWE game although he has appeared in other video games like Showdown: Legends of Wrestling and WCW Mayhem. Following the announcement, it was announced that WWE were looking for Sting-lookalikes for a project including an orchestra.

It has now also been confirmed that Cameron and Darren Young would join the others.

Due to the releases on 12 June 2014, it is unknown whether Brodus Clay, Jinder Mahal, Drew McIntyre, Aksana, Curt Hawkins, JTG, Yoshi Tatsu, Camacho or any of the released talents will even appear in the game due to them been released just 4–5 months before 2K release the game.

DLC Info

2K has announced details behind the downloadable content coming for WWE 2K15, which will be available for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. As we have reported, there will also be a “season pass” that includes access to all three 2K Showcase mode storyline packs, the 2K15 Accelerator and exclusive DLC character Paige.

  • "WWE 2K15 Accelerator" - $2:
    • As in past years, this will give the player access to all unlockable in-game content.
  • “One More Match” – $10:
    • Single player 2K Showcase mode based on the 2011 rivalry between Randy Orton and Christian.
    • Playable Superstars: Christian, Randy Orton, Mark Henry, Edge and Sheamus.
    • Playable Arenas: Smackdown (2011), Extreme Rules, Over the Limit, Capitol Punishment
  • “Hall of Pain” – $10:
    • Single player 2K Showcase mode based on the career of the “World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry.
    • Playable Superstars: Mark Henry, Big Show, Kane, Jimmy and Jey Uso, Sheamus, The Great Khali, Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan and Ryback.
    • Playable Arenas: Smackdown, Vengeance, and WrestleMania 29.

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List of Computer and video games based on WWE
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SmackDown! vs. RAW
SmackDown! vs. RAW | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011
WWE
WWE '12 | WWE '13 | WWE '14 | WWE '15 | WWE '16 | WWE '17 |
X-Box games
RAW | RAW 2 | WrestleMania 21
Nintendo games
Nintendo GameCube
WrestleMania X8 | WrestleMania XIX | Day of Reckoning | Day of Reckoning 2
Nintendo 64
War Zone | Attitude | WrestleMania 2000 | No Mercy
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Superstars | Superstars 2 | King of the Ring | Betrayal | Road to WrestleMania | Road to WrestleMania X8 | Survivor Series
NES / SNES / Sega Genesis
WrestleMania Challenge | Steel Cage Challenge | Super WrestleMania | Royal Rumble (1993) | RAW (1994) | WrestleMania: Arcade Game
Miscellaneous
WWF WrestleMania | Legends of WrestleMania | Superstars | WrestleFest | In Your House | Rage in the Cage | Royal Rumble (2000) | Crush Hour | With Authority! | WWE All Stars | WWF European Rampage Tour | WWE Immortals

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