Get ready to rumble with WWE 2K15, the latest addition to 2K's WWE video game franchise, available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
"The most authentic WWE game to date," the title boasts gameplay updates, a library of WWE Superstars, Divas, and Legends, the story-driven 2K Showcase, and the new MyCareer experience.
This also marks the first collaborative release from Visual Concepts and Yuke's.
"WWE 2K15 … takes the franchise to a whole new level," Visual Concepts President Greg Thomas said in a statement. "The next-generation of consoles let us create and deliver gameplay, authenticity, and realism previously unseen in a WWE video game, as well as build the foundation for an exciting future."
Just pick up the controller and step into the realistic ring, where new animations aim to accurately depict what players experience on WWE's TV programs and during live events.
The game comes with a new chain wrestling integration, strategic strike attacks, and a new stamina mechanic, as well as an updated on-screen display of the player's health, momentum, and stamina as they change throughout the match.
Studio 2K also used facial- and body-scanning technology to present super-realistic characters, including Hall of Famer Jerry "The King" Lawler and commentator Michael Cole, who call the action with five times more recorded lines than in previous games.
And while fan-favorite modes like Creation Suite, Universe Mode, and the single-player 2K Showcase remain intact, the latest title comes with something a little different: MyCareer.
In the career-driven mode, players start at the bottom, being mentored by the WWE Performance Center's head trainer, Bill DeMott. Moving up the ranks, you compete on NXT, alongside WWE Superstars like Rusev, Bo Dallas, Adrian Neville, Sami Zayn, and Corey Graves.
Then it's off to the main roster to compete for the ultimate goal of winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. All the fun, none of the broken bones.
"Major gameplay improvements, the historic rivalry experience in 2K Showcase, and our first foray into a comprehensive career mode with MyCareer make us pleased to offer fans an impressive WWE video game experience," Thomas said.
Fans will also find familiar faces like John Cena, Dwayne Johnson, Undertaker, Randy Orton, Triple H, and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
WWE 2K15 comes with a number of launch-day patches to fix online matches, community creations, gameplay and user interface, creation suite, and audio.
The game arrived for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 last month, but the next-gen console versions were delayed until this week.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at WWE 2K15 in the launch trailer above, and check out the full review of WWE 2K15 from PCMag's sister site, IGN.
The launch comes shortly after the WWE dropped a plan for its WWE Network streaming service that required subscribers to sign up for a six-month commitment if they wanted to enjoy lower monthly pricing. Now, the WWE is offering a simple $9.99 monthly service to everyone.
WWE first announced the network at CES in January at what PCMag's Sascha Segan dubbed the show's "most bombastic press conference." The network first launched in February on WWE.com, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Android, iOS, Apple TV, Roku, and Kindle Fire, and landed on Xbox One in April.