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WWE 2K19 MyCareer Mode Trailer Released

This morning, a new WWE 2K19 trailer went live via YouTube highlighting this year’s MyCareer Mode. This comes as a welcomed surprised as most of the news for the game so far has not been entirely robust.

WWE 2K19 MyCareer Surprises

Last year’s mode was nothing short of a nightmare experience riddled with more bugs than one cares to admit. Taking the trailer at face value, it looks like WWE 2K19 will be focusing a more narrative driven experience. Given the cutscenes showcased, MyCareer appears to be a more streamlined narrative like older titles such as Smackdown vs RAW 2007. No doubt rolling back some of the extra features in MyCareer will allow them to have more precise control over the player’s experience and hopefully, avoid a large quantity of bugs created by features unneeded for a WWE career experience.

In addition, the trailer hints this year’s MyCareer will be fully voiced. It also explains the House of Horrors and zombie Triple H from the previous gameplay trailer. WWE 2K19 MyCareer Mode appears to be gearing up to create an experience of being inside the WWE Universe rather than letting players control it. Much like one would if they are watching the WWE product on TV. Perhaps this means the WWE 2K19 Universe Mode will be a more effective ‘manage and customize’ experience than its predecessors. With solid writing, this may be enough to drive those last “on-the-fence” pre-orders. Of course, all this is mere speculation based off the trailer you can watch above.

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