There may not be an annual WWE mainline release this year, but we do have something else to look forward to.
WWE Battlegrounds releases September 18th and brings a jam-packed roster of 70 superstars to your current-gen consoles.
Here’s all you need to know about where it’s releasing, what you’ll get and if it supports next-gen consoles.
WWE Battlegrounds will be available for PS4, XO, Switch, Stadia and PC on September 18th 2020. There is no word on a PS5 / Xbox Series S l X release.
There will be two different editions of the game – Standard and Deluxe. The Standard Edition is available physically and digitally
WWE Battlegrounds Standard Edition costs £34.99, is available physically and digitally and will include the base game, along with the ‘Edge Totally Awesome Pre-Order Pack’ which includes Edge as a playable character.
Physical Edition owners will also receive Limited Edition John Cena Supercards in the box.
WWE Battlegrounds Deluxe Edition costs £44.99, is Digital Only and includes the Edge ‘Totally Awesome Pre-Order Pack’ which includes Edge as a playable character.
You will also receive a ‘Digital Deluxe Bonus Pack’ which includes Stone Cold Steve Austin, ‘Attitude Era’ The Rock, and Ronda Rousey. This includes three versions of each Superstar.
Finally, you’ll get a Currency Pack worth 1,100 Golden Bucks. These can be used to unlock Superstars and Vanity Items.
You can purchase different bundles of Golden Bucks which can only be used in WWE Battlegrounds. They are, as follows.
- WWE 2K Battlegrounds 500 Golden Bucks (£3.99)
- WWE 2K Battlegrounds 1,100 Golden Bucks (£7.99)
- WWE 2K Battlegrounds 2,300 Golden Bucks (£15.99)
- WWE 2K Battlegrounds 6,500 Golden Bucks (£39.99)
WWE Battlegrounds has 70 Superstars available at launch, with an additional 60 being added as DLC post launch. These Superstars will be added as part of a free update.
WWE Battlegrounds releases September 18th 2020 on PC, PS4, XO, Switch, and Stadia