New Details On WWE 2K22 ‘MyRise’ Career Mode

New Details On WWE 2K22 ‘MyRise’ Career Mode

Some new details have emerged regarding the WWE 2K22 MyRise mode, which is the name being given to this year’s career mode.

Smacktalks‘ latest video features comments from WWE 2K Creative Director Lynell Jinks, which have provided some new insight into what the mode will actually entail.

Firstly, Jinks explained why the mode is called MyRise as opposed to MyCareer, which was its name in previous WWE 2K games, saying:

“We wanted to really emphasise that this is your opportunity to take a fledgling talent from a humble beginning and live every step of the journey as they rise to the peak of WWE superstardom.”

Jinks seemingly went on to add that the mode will feature branching storylines based on decisions the player makes throughout, saying:

“Using your created Superstars, imagination and choices, you can form alliances, make enemies, and branch into subplots based upon your decision.

“We’ve listened to feedback from prior MyCareer iterations and are building MyRise with that in mind.

“We will have all new storylines that you’ll be able to play as both male and female characters.”

If branching storylines are indeed a feature of the mode, this would be different from previous MyCareer modes, which were largely linear stories and therefore had limited replayablity.

Smacktalks suggested that it sounds like the mode could end up being more like Road To WrestleMania from SmackDown vs Raw 2011, rather than the more recent MyCareer modes.

Any previous updates that we’ve covered regarding WWE 2K22 can be found at this link.

Also, is keeping track of all roster members confirmed for the game with an ongoing list at this link.

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2 years ago by Liam Winnard


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