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2K Games has announced that 2K Showcase will be returning in WWE 2K19.

This time round the Showcase mode will follow the story of Daniel Bryan through his early matches, unexpected early retirement, and emotional comeback at Wrestlemania 34. Players will play matches from his career and must complete historically accurate objectives to unlock in-game content, including new attires and entrances.

“2K Showcase is a story-driven, single-player campaign mode that traditionally covers a particular era or rivalry of a WWE Superstar,” Visual Concepts explains. “The mode features historic WWE footage that gives context and backstory to the objective-based matches the user plays through. Achieving objectives often triggers mid-match cinematic cutscenes that allow the user to recreate historic moments on their way to victory.

“Completing objectives also unlocks special arenas, Superstars, attires and championship belts. The goal of finishing a Showcase is to complete as many objectives as possible to earn all unlockable content, and of course, relive some awesome WWE history along the way!”

Showcase mode will feature 11 historical matches, and one additional “surprise” match, for a total of 12 matches, nine historic arenas, 11 different Daniel Bryan models, 20 story-centric video cutscenes, eight new entrances, and 11 new victory scenes.

“In our eyes, Daniel Bryan is one of – if not the most – popular WWE Superstar in the last decade, with nearly universal support from the WWE Universe,” the developer added. “His story resonates with everyone, as he worked incredibly hard to get to the top of his craft – only to deal with setbacks that seemingly would keep him from fulfilling his dreams. Instead, he persevered, fought for what he wanted and is now back doing what he was meant to do. His story is both relatable and inspiring for anyone trying to achieve their goals in life.”

WWE 2K19 launches October 9th, 2018 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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WWE 2K19’s Showcase mode is all about Daniel Bryan

2K Showcase returns in WWE 2K19 and will focus on the return of WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan.

By Matthew Bennett | 08/15/2018 07:50 AM PT

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2K Games has announced that 2K Showcase will be returning in WWE 2K19.

This time round the Showcase mode will follow the story of Daniel Bryan through his early matches, unexpected early retirement, and emotional comeback at Wrestlemania 34. Players will play matches from his career and must complete historically accurate objectives to unlock in-game content, including new attires and entrances.

“2K Showcase is a story-driven, single-player campaign mode that traditionally covers a particular era or rivalry of a WWE Superstar,” Visual Concepts explains. “The mode features historic WWE footage that gives context and backstory to the objective-based matches the user plays through. Achieving objectives often triggers mid-match cinematic cutscenes that allow the user to recreate historic moments on their way to victory.

“Completing objectives also unlocks special arenas, Superstars, attires and championship belts. The goal of finishing a Showcase is to complete as many objectives as possible to earn all unlockable content, and of course, relive some awesome WWE history along the way!”

Showcase mode will feature 11 historical matches, and one additional “surprise” match, for a total of 12 matches, nine historic arenas, 11 different Daniel Bryan models, 20 story-centric video cutscenes, eight new entrances, and 11 new victory scenes.

“In our eyes, Daniel Bryan is one of – if not the most – popular WWE Superstar in the last decade, with nearly universal support from the WWE Universe,” the developer added. “His story resonates with everyone, as he worked incredibly hard to get to the top of his craft – only to deal with setbacks that seemingly would keep him from fulfilling his dreams. Instead, he persevered, fought for what he wanted and is now back doing what he was meant to do. His story is both relatable and inspiring for anyone trying to achieve their goals in life.”

WWE 2K19 launches October 9th, 2018 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89