WWE 2K Battlegrounds ‘Game Modes’ trailer

Campaign, Exhibition, King of the Battleground, and more.

WWE 2K Battlegrounds

Publisher 2K Games and developer Saber Interactive have released a new trailer introducing the game modes of WWE 2K Battlegrounds.

Game modes include:

  • Campaign Mode – Throw down in this single-player story mode told through a comic art style as you add to your stable of WWE Superstars to overcome the next challenge. Team up with Paul Heyman and Stone Cold Steve Austin as you travel the globe in search of new Superstars for an all-new WWE brand. Play as one of the seven newly created Superstars, such as Bolo Reynolds and Jessica Johnson, as you travel across several regions battling WWE Superstars, achieving campaign goals and unlocking various WWE Superstars, power-ups and items;
  • Exhibition Mode – Brawl with your friends or family, with up to four-player action online or on the couch in your favorite match types, including:
    • One-on-One
    • Tag Team
    • Triple Threat
    • Fatal Four Way
    • Steel Cage Match
    • Royal Rumble
  • King of The Battleground Mode – Battle to become the Last Man (or Woman) Standing as you and up to seven other online players burn it down and try to toss one another out of the ring! The longer you stay in the arena, the higher your score climbs. The second you send someone flying, another Superstar waiting outside the ring enters the fray;
  • Online Tournament Mode – Take the action online for rewards in a variety of time-limited tournaments featuring a wide range of win conditions. Keep an eye out… you never know when a new Battlegrounds tournament might be kicking off;
  • Battleground Challenge Mode – Brawl from the bottom all the way to the top! Create your own WWE Superstar and overcome all the odds stacked against you.

WWE 2K Battlegrounds is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC via Steam, and Stadia on September 18.

Watch the trailer below.

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