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Alongside confirmation that 2K "will not be releasing a WWE 2K simulation game in 2020", following the disastrous launch of last year's game. On that front WWE 2K studio Visual Concepts has hired Patrick Gilmore to serve as Executive Producer to lead the team in bringing back the sim side of the series to glory.

His long list of credits include many classic games, going all the way back to Disney’s Aladdin on Sega Genesis, Killer Instinct, and Medal of Honor. 2K is doubling down on its commitment to create great WWE games, adding, "We are taking the time we need to deliver the quality you deserve". Very cool.

Which brings us to WWE 2K Battlegrounds a new arcade wrestler with heightened visuals and effects that is due for release later this year. Developed by Saber Interactive, the team behind the NBA 2K Playgrounds series, Battlegrounds is set to offer up "arcade-style action" with "over-the-top Superstar designs" - as seen in the following announcement trailer.



This reminds us a little bit of 2011's WWE All-Stars from the now defunct THQ, which our review rightfully notes is an absolute gem - and something we'd love to see playable on modern hardware.



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