The world of WWE is your battleground with all-new, over the top, in-your-face arcade action as your favorite WWE Superstars and Legends battle it out in outlandish interactive environments around the world. Compete with your friends in your favorite match types with an arsenal of exaggerated maneuvers, special abilities, and devastating power-ups, including Steel Cage, Royal Rumble, Fatal Four Way and more, as Mauro Ranallo and Jerry "The King" Lawler call all the mayhem! Are you ready to enter the battleground?.
Over-the-top action, ridiculous animations and attacks, and a cartoony reimagining of your favorite superstars aside, WWE 2K Battlegrounds is hampered by its lackluster class-based movesets, as well as a system that requires you to grind for a vast majority of superstars that still need to be unlocked. With limited customization options and game modes, it's best played in short bursts, and you'll hardly feel engaged from a single-player standpoint.
Since standard WWE 2K21 is not coming out, we got Battleground, a more arcade-y approach to the WWE universe. Sadly Battlegrounds has basically the same problems as previous iterations. Microtransactions, bugs, dull gameplay throw shadow on a good try to refresh the franchise.
WWE 2K Battlegrounds works as a shallow party game you play for an hour, then move on to something else, and that's it.
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