Oh, it's not a big delay.

2K Sports has announced that the next-gen versions of the upcoming WWE 2K15 have been pushed back a few weeks. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will now launch on November 18; they were originally set for October 28.

However, it's important to note that the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions are still on track for the latter date. The developer didn't give exact reasons for the delay, but they did say that gamers will benefit from the extra time. Said Visual Concepts president Greg Thomas:

"Visual Concepts and Yuke's are committed to delivering the most authentic and action-packed WWE experience to date, including release for the very first time on next-generation consoles. The additional development time enables our talented teams to ensure the WWE 2K15 next-gen experience fully meets our expectations."

It's hardly the first game of 2014 that got pushed, but at least this one stays in 2014. However, it also means that November just keeps getting more and more packed; it already has Far Cry 4 , Dragon Age: Inquisition , Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and both Assassin's Creed titles. 'sigh'

Related Game(s): WWE 2K15

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Nerull
Nerull
7 years ago

I'm not sure whether I'll be picking this one up, I still haven't finished the campaign in 14.
I just hope with the little bit of extra time that there will be some way of using mp3s when it releases.
Can you imagine going back to having all your created characters being forced to use generic or entrance themes from the other default wrestlers.
That would be a disappointing step backwards.

flamefury42
flamefury42
7 years ago

I can't say first hand that I played WWE 2k14 but I saw the gameplay and it looked weird compared to WWE '13. I'm gonna pick this one up because of the graphics(and Sting because he's my favorite wrestler). Also this is the first time WWE has been by a different publisher and developer(Visual Concepts). However, I think the core gameplay is still made by Yukes, is that correct? I think it is..