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WWE 2K19

2K Games, Yuke's, Visual Concepts
Oct 5, 2018 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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7.3 / 10
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WWE 2K19 Trailers

WWE 2K19 MyCAREER Trailer thumbnail

WWE 2K19 MyCAREER Trailer

WWE 2K19 - The Phenomenal One thumbnail

WWE 2K19 - The Phenomenal One

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WWE 2K19 Daniel Bryan Showcase Gameplay

WWE 2K19 Screenshots

Critic Reviews for WWE 2K19

WWE 2K19 is a rebound in the right direction, but it is held back by many long-standing issues.

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WWE 2K19 rises above its ridiculous grinding requirements and bugs to deliver an otherwise high quality professional wrestling experience with plenty of content.

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A spectacular throwback to the era when wrestling games were must-own. Add live – or even quarterly – updates to 2K20 and it'll be a first-ballot Hall of Famer.

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While not much has changed between the ropes, WWE 2K19 gives you more reasons to play by featuring a plethora of new modes and content.

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If you didn't like previous WWE 2K games, then WWE 2K19 isn't going to change your mind. However, if you're like me and have always had a soft spot for this series, then you won't be disappointed.

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The quality of any given WWE 2K game is a gamble year to year, but 2K19 manages to claw its way up from being buried alive by the travesty of last year's entry. Daniel Bryan's Showcase is a clear highlight as are the mostly welcome mechanical changes. Here's hoping they don't regress again in 2019.

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WWE 2K19 is the best wrestling game in the series since it came to 2K Games. His new story mode is very funny and 2K Showcase is back. At last, WWE 2K19 is the game that wrestling fans deserved.

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WWE 2K19 maxes out all of the incumbent concepts from recent games in the franchise, and this is a solid and more polished release than we've seen from some recent versions. You'll likely have fun with the game and all of its layers. However, there is potential for true greatness with this series, but the WWE and the development team have to be willing to take some chances.

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