WWE 2K18 Game may be released on 17th of October 2017
First, up will be the visuals. In past years, 2K has been taken for animations that were stiff and quirky personality models. WWE 2K18 game seems to improve on past iterations. As you’d expect, including trademark movements and entrances, for the most part, characters like the Rock and Goldberg seem. In-game, they renditions of those wrestlers you understand and love. However, this will not extend to everybody. As their entries seem about the rougher side, with faces and strange hair animations which look like approximations as opposed to accurate representations most importantly, Ultimate Warrior and The Undertaker both fall short. If this was not sufficient, wrestlers in menus seem like cutouts.
The frame rate is inconsistent. Playing on a PS4 Pro unit, fighting in the ring but exiting the ring or straying away from your opponent – which leads the game – sees a drop in frame rate.
Regardless of this, it doesn’t impact the gameplay adversely in which it counts, as it remains fluid – while you pummel your opponent into submission. The end result is that motions look less clunky and a bit more responsive than last year. Reversals are a whole more useful although the grapple-based gameplay is not hampered by than they’ve been in entries and are easy to pull off we’ve seen last year.
Another place is in the commentary of WWE 2K18 Game. Though there were a couple of minutes where a punch has been described as a kick it is on-point for the most part, and a few wrestler titles were wrongly mentioned.
Other inclusions that are new are the Road to Glory mode, which lets players participate from the game equivalent of a pay-per-view event. This allows players complete a slew of challenges, such as pushing the head of their opponent for a shot at being on the Road to the main event of Glory. Winning Road to Glory gives you rewards for bragging rights. Given the always online character of that this mode, we were not able to check it out.
The game has microtransactions, but they are limited to a feature called MyPlayer – it is the bridge between the MyCareer (WWE 2K18’s single-player campaign) and Road to Glory modes. Here, loot boxes of 3 types – silver, bronze, and stone, permit you to gain items, boosts, and moves.
As WWE 2K18 stands seems to be an improvement over its predecessor in areas where it matters. It is not as a radical improvement over this past year, but it’s a half-step in the ideal direction. WWE 2K18 has priced at Rs. 999 Rs, for the PC. 3,499 for the PS4 and Xbox One ($60 in the US)