When 2K Games releases “WWE 2K15,” the latest video game from the wrestling company, they aren’t just upgrading the graphics for next generation consoles. They are rebuilding the game from the ground up, including brand new story-driven campaign modes.
2K Showcase will recreate two legendary WWE feuds upon release. The first focuses on the battles between Triple H and Shawn Michaels between 2002 and 2004. The other, John Cena vs. CM Punk, will allow players to relive the 2011-2013 rivalry between the duo.
The stories will be told in a mini-documentary style, utilizing classic WWE videos, scripted commentary and historically accurate characters and events. In a conference call with 2K Games, Zap2it learned that the two feuds will consist of 33 matches total and allow for many unlockables that can be used in the game.
That’s not all, though. 2K says they will continue to release feuds as downloadable content during the life of the game, though they aren’t revealing details just yet. “WWE 2K15” is in stores Oct. 28.
2K also released art for the four wrestlers features in Showcase mode, which you can see below.