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WWE 2K14 includes '30 Years of WrestleMania Mode'

WWE 2K14 Screenshot - 30 Years of WrestleMania Mode with The Rock

Whereas last year's WWE game focused on the Attitude Era -- a period in World Wrestling Federation that was defined by a radical shift in programming -- this year's WWE 2K14 will include the "30 Years of WrestleMania Mode." The new single-player campaign will feature more than 45 iconic WrestleMania matches and a roster that spans three decades of WWE history.

WWE 2K14’s 30 Years of WrestleMania Mode will organize matches into a progressive single-player campaign, with the format curated by five distinct eras in WWE history. Unique presentation elements transport players through the different eras, including authentically recreated arenas, WWE Superstar entrances and ring attires, as well as era-specific graphics, screen filters and other presentation elements. In addition, extensive WWE-produced video packages and in-game, cinematic cut scenes set the stage and provide detailed background information on key matches. Historical objectives encourage players to authentically replicate popular match moments, while completing objectives will unlock a host of rewards, including additional playable WWE Superstars, alternate attire options, new arenas and WWE archive photography.

To celebrate today's announcement, 2K will host a Twitch livestream to present the WWE 2K14 30 Years of WrestleMania Mode Roster Reveal. Look forward to it live from WWE SummerSlam Axxess on Saturday, August 17, 2013 at 12:30pm PDT.

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