A post from the WWE 2K account appears to confirm that WWE and 2K Sports will continue to work together in the future.

Driving the news: The WWE 2K22 Twitter account thanked WWE and Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon “for the continued partnership and an amazing launch of” of WWE 2K22.

What they’re saying: Ronnie 2K, the digital marketing director for 2K Sports, tweeted a photo of himself and McMahon, saying something similar.

  • “In all seriousness, such a pleasure meeting a person I have long admired for her presence, business acumen & philanthropy @StephMcMahon. To partnering on many more @wwegames launches,” he wrote.
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Flashbacks: Multiple reports suggested that WWE was considering making a move to EA Sports for its video games.

  • EA Sports’ collection of games includes the FIFA, Madden NFL, NHL and UFC franchises.
  • NBA Live was a previous EA Sports franchise but has been out of production since NBA Live 19.
  • There is no pro wrestling video game currently under EA Sports.
  • Per Game Rant, WWE allegedly held talks with EA Sport for a game. WWE 2K22 was a “make or break” game for the franchise and if sales didn’t go well, WWE would move onto another partner.