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  • Forty Years Of WrestleMania: WrestleMania is the biggest event in sports entertainment, where Superstars become WWE Legends. Experience a gripping retelling of WrestleMania’s greatest moments in 2K Showcase of the Immortals, where you can relive a collection of some of the most unforgettable, career-defining matches.
  • An Iconic Roster: WWE 2K24 boasts a star-studded roster featuring WWE Legends like “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Undertaker, and Andre the Giant, alongside current WWE Superstars “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes, John Cena, Rhea Ripley, and Roman Reigns, whose larger-than-life entrances and signature moves are heightened by ultra-realistic graphics.
  • New Match Types: From Guest Referee to Casket, Gauntlet, and Ambulance matches, there are a bevy of new match types to experience in WWE 2K24, including support for multiple Superstars in Backstage Brawl. Prove Yourself In My Rise Unleash your raw talent and become the undisputed champ in My Rise, featuring two thrilling career arcs and original storylines chronicling your ascent to WWE stardom from the men's and women’s divisions.
  • Build Your Faction: Assemble your favorite WWE Superstars and Legends in MyFaction. Acquire cards, build a dominant faction, compete in online multiplayer and the all-new ranked quickplay. Plus, earn exciting promotional and final rank rewards as you climb the new seasonal leaderboard!
  • Control The WWE Universe: Develop feuds, weekly shows, and more in Universe mode, WWE 2K24’s ultimate sandbox, with expanded rivalry actions, all-new cutscenes, and support for double-title matches!
  • Call The Shots In MyGM: Oversee the biggest brands and Superstars in sports entertainment as you challenge rival general managers for the top spot in MyGM. Explore more match types, more brands, and new general managers. Trade Superstars between brands, make executive decisions on contracts, and amp up the drama.

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Experience a gripping retelling of WrestleMania’s greatest moments in 2K Showcase of the Immortals in WWE 2K24, where you can relive a collection of some of the most unforgettable, career-defining matches.

WWE 2K24 Gameplay

One-On-One With WWE 2K24 | New Gameplay Today


WWE 2K24 celebrates 40 Years of Wrestlemania, and we got a chance to go hands-on with the annual grappler to see how it's stacking up. Join GI's resident wrestling enthusiast Marcus Stewart and Kyle Hilliard as they show off the new Ambulance Match type, a peek at a match in the Wrestlemania-focused Showcase mode, and provide an overview of what's new and improved in 2K24 overall.

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WWE 2K24 Preview

A Good Hand


Discover the latest updates on WWE 2K24, including exciting new gameplay features, Showcase Mode, and thrilling match types like Ambulance Match and Casket Match. Additionally, stay informed about the current roster and notable wrestlers like Seth Rollins.

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WWE 2K Series

Explore the World of WWE


WWE 2K has continuously enhanced its quality with every new release, establishing itself as the pinnacle of strength and overall experience for WWE programming. Discover a wide range of WWE games, collectibles, and more from the franchise to delve deeper into the world of wrestling entertainment.

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WWE 2K24

WWE 2K24 Review Another Strong Push

by Marcus Stewart on Mar 11, 2024

Game Informer Must Play

WWE 2K24 leverages WrestleMania’s impending 40-year milestone to celebrate the event, and it proves to be a party worth attending. Enjoyable additions and smart improvements bolster its steadily improving formula, making it the strongest in-ring outing since the series’ return.

2K24’s control scheme remains largely unchanged from 2K23 but boasts neat new mechanics, such as the trading blows mini-game. This gamification of the back-and-forth “boo/yay” punch trope adds a fun wrinkle to combat. Other well-worn in-ring moments to receive attention include setting up big dives onto a mob of opponents; I rarely use it, but it’s nice to have. That sentiment applies to the game’s new match types: Casket, Ambulance, and Special Guest Referee. I’m generally lukewarm on these stipulations in real life and I won’t be rushing to play them often here, but they’re replicated well. I especially like how Special Referee sports a meter that limits ref shenanigans to keep it from being totally one-sided should you face a crooked official. It also fosters strategic cheating for the player in stripes.

A staggering roster of over 200 Superstars out of the box varies from pretty good to spot-on in the looker department. I also appreciate smaller presentational touches, such as having real-life referees like Charles Robinson and Jessika Carr appear for the first time. Regardless of whose boots you wear, playing 2K24 remains a largely good hands-on experience, even if some moves could stand to be less mechanically dense. Forgetting all of the offensive options at your disposal is easy, but a robust tutorial helps simplify this learning curve. Existing match stipulations remain entertaining whether playing alone or online, though the latter destination is, at publishing, a tricky proposition thanks to spotty connections.

Showcase mode allows players to relive iconic bouts throughout the first 39 WrestleManias. Taking into account wrestlers who can’t appear due to current employment in rival organizations or for being generally problematic, it’s a strong curation of matches. Corey Graves’ commentary during transitions to real footage adds a nice touch compared to last year’s silent cutscenes. I also love that button prompts for objectives now appear on-screen, reducing trips to the menu screen to figure out how to execute a specific maneuver. Showcases’ wacky finale isn’t quite as memorable as last year’s big twist, but the mode is an overall improvement over 2K23’s rendition and a great celebration of WrestleMania that inspires me to rewatch my favorite matches from the event.

The dual story-driven journeys of MyRise present more narrative forks stemming from pivotal decision-making moments. Whether you play an indie legend navigating the mainstream waters of WWE or build the credibility of a low-card act chaotically thrust into the World Title picture, I like how choices pack more meaningful engagement to their overall enjoyable tales. It’s delightfully silly at points, and I also like seeing characters and plot points from last year’s MyRise reappear here, adding a welcomed continuity to 2K’s alternate WWE universe. Thankfully, created characters and unlockables finally carry over into more modes, adding deeper returns to my investment in MyRise.

MyGM, a personal favorite destination, remains a good time bolstered by expanded match types, GMs, talent interactions, and other options. It also feels more strategic now that you can level up individual talent by placing them in certain matches and negotiate Superstar trades between brands each season. Although Universe mode is less my jam, I’m happy to see the giant sandbox sim get options such as Money in the Bank cash-ins and run-ins, plus more cutscenes that add to its TV-like presentation. The card-collecting-themed MyFaction has never been my cup of tea, and 2K24 doesn’t change this, but it’s nice to see it receive more depth in match types and competitive multiplayer options. The already stellar creation suite sports additional items to build the coolest – or silliest – Superstars, arenas, entrances, or championships you can concoct, but don’t expect any major changes to its reliable template. That last point applies to nearly all of 2K24’s offerings: good iterations of an established formula.

2K24 sees Visual Concepts layer on quality new bricks to WWE 2K’s strong foundation while sanding away some rough edges. The series has settled into an exceptional, if very familiar, blueprint, and I would love to see a bigger shake-up in the future, but the result offers the best package since the franchise returned in 2022. If you’re a curious fan who’s held off on jumping back into the digital ring, 2K24 is as good an argument as any to shake off the ring rust. For diehard enthusiasts, this year’s entry won’t bowl you over in the broad sense, but its incremental updates and continued polish make it a worthy contender for another year.

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Cover Athlete: Cody Rhodes

Cover Athlete: Cody Rhodes


Cody Rhodes, son of WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, achieved success in WWE with six tag team championships and two Intercontinental Championships. His return at WrestleMania 38 wowed fans despite injuries. Rhodes aims for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, showcasing his resilience. He's a top contender for WWE 2K24's cover.

Cover Athlete: Bianca Belair

Cover Athlete: Bianca Belair


Bianca Belair, a former track-and-field athlete, entered WWE in 2016 and has since become a standout in the Women's division. Known as "The EST," she's claimed three Women's titles with her athleticism and signature braid slap move. Belair and Ripley grace the first female-only WWE 2K cover, affirming her status as a top talent in the Women's division.

Cover Athlete: Rhea Ripley

Cover Athlete: Rhea Ripley


Rhea Ripley, originating from Australia, debuted in NXT UK where she became the inaugural Women’s Champion. Transitioning to NXT and then Monday Night Raw, she claimed the Raw Women’s Championship and won the 2023 Women’s Royal Rumble. At WrestleMania 39, she triumphed over Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Ripley’s relentless drive and achievements position her as a strong contender for the WWE 2K24 cover.

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Gameplay

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Compatible Platforms Xbox One

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Publisher Name 2K Games
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WWE 2K24 - Xbox One
$44.99 Was $59.99