One of the biggest and most popular additions to WWE 2K22 was the inclusion of My GM mode.

The mode allows players to draft a roster, manage budgets, sign free agents, choose various match types, arena locations, production elements and more, with the goal of beating a rival GM in weekly ratings battles.

On Xavier Woods and Tyler Breeze’s UpUpDownDown YouTube channel today, 2K pulled back the current on the revised GM Mode for WWE 2K23.

New playable GMs include Woods and Breeze themselves, as well as Eric Bischoff, Kurt Angle and Mick Foley. There are new brands to manage including NXT 2.0 and WCW. New match types and stipulations include Triple Threat, Fatal 4-Way, Steel Cage, Backstage Brawl, Falls Count Anywhere, Submission, Iron Man, Last Man Standing and Tornado Tag Team matches.

MyGM now allows up to four players to join the action locally and new Seasons and Seasonal Challenges will enhance the replay value. Shake-ups are available through the course of a season, changing the way the game is played and Slammy Awards can now be earned at the end of each Season.

Keepers are a new feature that grants GMs the opportunity to keep some of their roster ahead of the next Season’s draft, depending on cost to resign and roster morale. Also new for WWE 2K23 is the Hall of Fame. The best GMs who earn ten Hall of Fame trophies by completing Seasonal Challenges will secure their place in the Hall of Fame, along with bragging rights.

WWE 2K23 Deluxe Edition and Icon Edition will be available for purchase on March 14, 2023. WWE 2K23 Standard Edition and Cross-Gen will be available for purchase on March 17, 2023.

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