Today 2K announced the first simulation-based WWE video game for mobile platforms, WWE 2K, is available now for download on iOS and Android devices. Available at a price point of £5.49,WWE 2K offers authentic WWE gameplay in a mobile format through inspiration from several popular gameplay elements and modes from the WWE 2K flagship WWE video game franchise available on consoles.



WWE 2K for mobile devices includes a playable roster of WWE Superstars and Legends, including Hulk Hogan, John Cena, Sting, Triple H, Undertaker, Daniel Bryan, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Bray Wyatt. Players will experience authentic WWE action, including multiple match types, full WWE Superstar ring entrances and comprehensive move sets.

Triple H

In addition, they will access modes inspired by the flagship WWE 2K franchise on consoles, including Create-a-Superstar and Career Mode, as well as live multiplayer matches and unlockable rewards.

Triple H Taker


“As the first simulation-based WWE video game for mobile devices, WWE 2K provides an opportunity to experience virtual WWE action anywhere and at any time,” said Greg Thomas, President at Visual Concepts. “Inspired by the gameplay and authenticity of WWE 2K for consoles, WWE 2K offers WWE and mobile gaming enthusiasts a variety of popular WWE Superstars, game modes and more in a premium mobile format.”


Developed by n-Space in conjunction with Visual Concepts, a 2K studio, WWE 2K is available now for £5.49 as a download on the App Store for iOS devices, including the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, as well as the Amazon Appstore for Android devices.


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