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SGO Weekly: WWE 2K22 Talks Animations, Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 & More! (5/21/2021 – 5/27/2021)

The SGO Weekly breaks down news that may have gone unnoticed throughout the previous week. In addition to general news, this includes reveals, trailers, and announcements. Check out this week’s breakdown featuring the latest details on what’s new in WWE 2K22 and more!

SGO Weekly: WWE 2K22 and More!

Stallion Race launches on mobile platforms

Based on the success of the critically acclaimed browser game, Stallion Race mobile will continue the spirit of the original game on iOS and Android. In addition, the mobile port improves and builds upon the original by creating a completely new experience for mobile.

In Stallion Race, players are tasked with managing almost every aspect of their very own equestrian empire. From taking part in races around the world to horse care and breeding, Stallion Race offers more than just a racing game. Strategy and preparation, as always, is key.

Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game launching June 22

In celebration of upcoming Olympic Games, SEGA announced Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game launches worldwide June 22, 2021. Fans can pick up the game on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam and Google Stadia.

Featuring 18 fun-fueled Olympic events, a robust Avatar Creator, and local and online play for up to 8 players, Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 offers aspiring Olympians a chance to pursue their own Olympic dreams at-home or online. Featured events include Hammer Throw, Long Jump, Tennis, and many more.

As shown above, SEGA announced a Sonic costume will be available in the game. Players can dress up their Avatars as Sonic and compete for Olympic glory across 18 events like basketball, tennis, soccer and more.

WWE 2K22 Motion Capture Update

Former WWE superstar and Cruiserweight champion, Lio Rush, tweeted this week about the animations in WWE 2K22.

While official details have been scarce, the footage does reveal the likely of several WWE contracted wrestlers making their debut in this year’s game. Among the moves shown, we can see finishers like the Moscow Torpedo which belongs to Ilja Dragunov. We can also see updated moves for characters who’ve already debuted, like Ruby Riott and the Slingshot Tornado DDT. Fans can also spot big moves done by Dexter Lumis and Candice LaRae, as well as reanimations for past implemented moves.

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