THQ has announced the company’s comprehensive lineup of WWE games which will be making an appearance at E3 this week.
The company will be showing off WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011, as well as WWE All Stars, which is a new game based on a roster of WWE Legends and present day superstars.
Finally THQ will also show WWE SmackDown vs. Raw Online an online game currently in development for the Korean market, which features a Windows PC-based, free-to-play environment with micro-transaction capabilities.
“Through our new direct eight-year agreement and invaluable partnership with WWE, the opportunities to bring the brand’s ever-changing content and vibrant WWE Superstar personalities to life in the videogame world are more promising than ever,” said THQ's EVP of core games, Danny Bilson.
“Our E3 lineup of WWE products has exceptional potential, reaching core and casual audiences with a definitive simulation-based experience, fun, fast-paced and larger than life action through our newest brand extension, as well as an innovative new way to embrace WWE through our free-to-play online initiatives for the Korean market.”