WWE 2K17 is less then a week away from its launch, and publisher 2K has geared up its efforts to market the game. Since the introduction of virtual reality there has many franchises that are moving towards VR, and it seems that future WWE 2K games could also support VR.
Speaking with Gameblog, Mark Little, executive producer of the game at Visual Concepts, revealed that he is interested in bringing future WWE 2K games to VR, and also said that the studio is currently experimenting with that.
He further added that right now they have nothing to announce, but will announce as soon as they make virtual reality work with WWE 2K games, or when it makes sense for their brand.
Mark further said that he has been researching virtual reality for WWE 2K games since the first prototype for the virtual reality headsets came out. However, he did pointed that these products take some time to mature. Now that the virtual reality is in the market, and we will look to find a way to integrate our game in to that market.
Recently, 2K revealed the WWE 2K17 Universe Mode, which will change the concept of Wrestling game. One of the key features of this mode is customization.
Players will be able to create their own WWE world with a custom roster of unique characters. If that isn’t enough, WWE Legends from the Retro universe are ready to get in and fight like there’s no tomorrow.
While the game is yet to launch, publisher 2K has revealed every single piece of DLC that will be available for the game after launch.
WWE 2K17 is a professional wrestling game in development at Visual Concepts, and is scheduled to launch on October 11, 2016 for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.