I mean, it looks good…
The game may have been recently mired in controversy surrounding some perceived cut features (although honestly, I have been pretty happy with the substantial list of modes and content that 2K has been announcing for the title), but if you are still excited for WWE 2K15, then this launch trailer will make the wait almost unbearable. And if you weren’t, then maybe this trailer will bring you (back) on board.
I mean, it looks like it plays exceptionally well, and that a lot of care and thought went into the game. The missing content is a bummer, but who knows if what is on offer proves to be more than adequate?
Regardless, WWE 2K15 launches on November 21 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions already having been out since October 28. No PC version has been announced or confirmed yet. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more coverage and information on the game, including our review, where we decide once and for all just how much the game is hurt by the lack of content.