WWE 2K16’s “Oh Hell Yeah!” trailer is as enthusiastic as it sounds

2K have released a new trailer for WWE 2K16, showcasing their realistic wrestler models and Stone Cold Steve Austin’s 2K Showcase mode.

Wwe headlines

  • Pre-ordering WWE 2K16 lets you play as The Terminator

    WWE 2K16 is giving those who pre-order the bonus of playing as not one, but two Arnold Schwarzenegger characters.

  • WWE 2K15 DLC featuring Hulk Hogan has been pulled - report

    If you paid for WWE 2K15’s Hulk Hogan DLC, we have some bad news.

  • From "every man's nightmare" comes the Sting pre-order bonus for WWE 2K15

    Due to a career spanning close to 30 years, it’s probably fitting that Sting should be a pre-order bonus for WWE 2K15.

  • WWE Network now live on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360

    WWE Network has launched in the US on three consoles in addition to browser and mobile releases. The app is free, but access to the 24 hour streaming service’s live cable channels and archive content will set you back $10 per month; a one-week trial offer is available to celebrate the launch. An Xbox One […]

  • WWE Network coming to consoles and mobile next month, offering PPVs, more

    WWE Network has been announced for PlayStation and Xbox consoles. Starting next month, the service will offer a “24/7″ streaming service, bringing live wrestling pay-per-views, weekly shows and more to PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One over time.

  • WWE 2K14 to include the Attitude Era featuring Wrestlemania 14-17 matches

    2K has announced more wrestling goodness for WWE 2K14, and today it’s the Attitude Era. You know, the era where The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin pretty much owned the mat – and The Undertaker and Kane were at odds.

  • WWE pay-per-view events headed to Xbox Live

    US Xbox Gold subscribers now have access to all WWE pay-per-view events. Engadget reports the new service kicked off today, just in time for WrestleMania XXIX. Now you don’t even have to flick the telly over to the cable box. We live in the future. Thanks, woe.

  • Take-Two to pick up THQ's WWE license, developer

    Pending approval from a federal court, Take-Two has assumed publishing duties for THQ’s Yuke’s-developed WWE titles.

  • Warner one of five buyers interested in THQ - report

    Warner Bros. Interactive has been cited as a possible buyer for THQ assets, according to a report coming out of the firm’s US Bankruptcy Court proceedings in Delaware on January 4.

  • Ubisoft plotting THQ 'bargain' bid - rumour

    Ubisoft is interested in bidding on THQ’s suite of studios and IP, MCV’s sources have suggested.

  • THQ announce 'WWE 12 Wrestlemania Edition

    THQ have today announced a special edition of WWE ’12 that’ll arrive in May and feature a bunch of extra downloadable content.

  • THQ releases game schedule for the first part of 2011

    THQ has sent out an updated release schedule of its games to retailers, and we’ve got the full shebang for you below.

  • Red Faction: Armageddon delayed; Saints Row 3, Space Marine get release windows

    Ever sat around waiting for someone to build a house of cards so you can leap out, do your best impression of Godzilla, and send it crashing to the ground – cards quickly sponging up your friend’s salty rush of tears as their defeated pitter-patter gives your life meaning? Well, this is kind of like […]

  • THQ brings three WWE titles to E3

    THQ has announced the company’s comprehensive lineup of WWE games which will be making an appearance at E3 this week.

  • THQ plans to continue building the WWE franchise

    THQ CEO Brian Farrell has just said during the company’s financial call to investors that plans are underway to continue building the WWE franchise. One way is through the online game in Asia, and other ideas “currently in the works”. Not surprising considering Farrell said during the call to investors that the company plans on […]

  • WWE-THQ partnership renewal deadline extended

    What’s going on here, then? THQ’s just announced that the WWE’s extended a deadline for renewing its license to make wrestling games based on the IP until December 31. THQ’s “noted that WWE’s action provides the company with increased flexibility with respect to the renewal of the videogame license.” Assuming the renewal goes ahead, THQ […]

  • THQ wins WWE royalty dispute

    After an inhumanly long period of butting heads with partner Jakks Pacific, THQ has finally prevailed, according to Gamasutra. The in-fight was waged over a contract dispute, which has now, obviously, been ironed out. An arbitrator gave the nod to THQ, saying that Jakks is now entitled to six percent of sales from WWE wrasslin’ […]

  • THQ files suit against WWE partner over contract renewal

    THQ has filed a lawsuit against Jakks Pacific, its World Wrestling Entertainment licensing partner, saying the company was not authorized to extend the WWE contract. Toy maker Jakks notified the WWE it planned to make good on what it felt was an option to renew the videogame license, which is the foundation for THQ games […]

  • WWE star wants "more violence" in games

    Too funny. WWE wrestler Randy “PR nightmare” Orton has told Eurogamer that there isn’t enough violence in videogames. “Violence sells. I want to see more violence in games – the more blood the better,” he said, arguing that games were the least of parents’ worries, when some “don’t know their kids are watching South Park”. […]