WWE 2K18 won't have microtransactions for loot cases

  • WWE 2K18 won't have microtransactions for loot cases

WWE 2K18 won't have microtransactions for loot cases

Players can then use their MyPlayer characters in both MyCareer and Road to Glory, which is a new online experience where players can battle against each other with their characters.

2K has confirmed via Twitter that WWE 2K18 won't have paid microtransactions at all, and unlocking loot cases only occurs via in-game currency. Not only will players be able to affect how their wrestlers look but also how they fight (choosing from different fighting styles). Here's everything you need to know. In addition, by increasing their levels, they can further customize their MyPLAYERs to gain the advantage over others. You have a higher chance of unlocking more rare items in Silver and Gold cases. You can purchase loot cases in MyPlayer, MyCareer and Road to Glory. One cool feature is this mode will have an event schedule mirroring WWE's own PPV events. The game has borrowed heavily from the 2K offering seen on the National Basketball Association series by the same company. The latest details on the game came in the form of a blog from the developers outlining what we can expect from the new, online Road to Glory mode.

The NBA features have received rave reviews and the same is expected from the WWE release of the Road To Glory Mode.

The only concern is connectivity issues and initial hiccups which may derail what has the potential to be a game changer for the WWE 2K series.