While WWE is best known in the gaming world for its long-standing WWE sports game franchise (2K Games most recently), it appears to be developing a Role-Playing Game. As Fightful said, WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon spoke about the new RPG on the earnings call. WWE welcomes the return of the WWE 2K video game franchise and has announced that it has signed an adaptation of the role-playing project with the famous American wrestling organization.
Surprisingly, it was recently that Gamely revealed that a WWE Role-Playing Game is currently in development, but a few other details were provided. As CEO Vince McMahon said recently during WWE’s latest financial call, a WWE role-playing game is clearly in development. While fans await the official word on the new WWE RPG, the best news is that the WWE-style RPG is likely in the early stages of development as WrestleQuest, an upcoming adventure that will pit players against Andre the Giant, Randy the Man Face off against barbarians and other legends. About their desire for wrestling glory. McMahon has confirmed that WWE has exciting new plans for a brand new RPG.
Stephanie McMahon, chief brand manager for WWE, announced on Thursday that WWE is developing a new role-playing video game. WWE “recently signed a new role-playing game deal that will be announced shortly,”. Discussing the positive reaction to WWE 2K22, McMahon said that their mobile games are doing well and they recently signed a new deal in the RPG market that will be announced soon. WWE is expanding its horizons in the gaming market and now does not want to be limited to simulation games such as WWE 2K22 and other parts of the same series.
In recent years, WWE has mainly focused on the WWE 2K series in the video game space, which strives to be as realistic as possible. However, after the recent reorganization of the WWE 2K wrestling game series, it looks like WWE is ready to experiment with something new. However, after the recent update to the WWE 2K wrestling game series, it looks like WWE is ready to move to something new.
Given that gaming is a clear priority for companies, WWE is also reporting positive results from its mobile games. Brand boss Stephanie McMahon pitched some sort of WWE RPG during the mobile gaming section, so it’s hard to tell if this project will be a top AAA production like WWE 2K22 or something less.