Check out some screenshots from WWE 2K Battlegrounds

Developer Saber Interactive and 2K have announced that WWE 2K Battlegrounds is coming to PC, PS4, Switch, Stadia and Xbox One this September. An arcade brawler, similar to the NBA 2K Playgrounds series, WWE 2K Battlegrounds is a tongue-in-cheek, cartoony take on the WWE.

Saber Interactive is promising more than “70 WWE Superstars and Legends” at launch with more to be released post-launch. Players will be able to use the Superstars and Legends in four different modes; Exhibition, Campaign, King of the Battleground and Online.

Commentary on WWE 2K Battlegrounds matches is provided by Mauro Ranallo and Jerry “The King” Lawler which should make the game feel as authentic as possible, even if it’s wild and whacky.

WWE 2K Battlegrounds Screenshots

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You can see a range of screenshots in the gallery above.

Launching on September 18, 2020, WWE 2K Battlegrounds will be available for $69.95 AUD or in a Digital Deluxe Edition for $79.95 AUD. Pre-orders of the Standard Edition will be granted Edge at launch. The Digital Deluxe Edition includes Edge, all versions of Stone Cold, The Rock and Ronda Rousey unlocked at the beginning, 1100 Golden Bucks and cosmetic items.

Players can unlock all Superstars and cosmetic items by playing WWE 2K Battlegrounds and no purchases are necessary.

WWE 2K Battlegrounds will launch for PC, PS4, Stadia, Switch and Xbox One on September 18.

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