WWE 2K18: Latest News and Buzz for Week of Sep 4

September 4, 2017 - WWE

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    And lastly, a Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) has rated WWE 2K18 “T” for Teen. From a ESRB’s official website, where it posts all of a ratings:

    Rating Summary: This is a wrestling make-believe diversion in that players name real-world competitors from a WWE roster, contest in matches, and swell by mixed storylines. Players can perform a accumulation of wrestling moves (e.g., throws, holds, grapples) as good as punch and flog opponents. Some matches concede players to use chairs, sledgehammers, and ball bats to strike opponents. Blood infrequently appears on wrestlers’ bodies/faces after being struck regularly by objects. Some womanlike wrestlers wear divulgence outfits that display low cleavage; wrestlers might also make provocative gestures (e.g., arm chop) during matches. The discourse contains references to beer, wine, champagne, and being dipsomaniac (e.g., ‘So greatfully moment open a drink and let’s celebrate!’; ‘You still dipsomaniac from final night and ramble your approach into a wrong arena?’). The difference ‘a*s,’ ‘b*tch,’ and illegitimate can also be heard.

    Blood is still in a diversion notwithstanding a live radio shows’ PG ratings. The references to ethanol during a finish are also interesting—if those are taken from a MyCareer mode, it’s going to be a most some-more interactive knowledge (similar to what is in NBA 2K) than what was in WWE 2K17.

    A truly fleshed out single-player career mode—with mixed cut scenes and thespian interludes—would be a whole lot of fun.

source ⦿ http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2731022-wwe-2k18-latest-news-and-buzz-for-week-of-september-4

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