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‘WWE Undefeated’ Mobile Game Announced for iOS, Android

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A new WWE video game is on its way to market.

Animoca Brands subsidiary nWay has announced that “WWE Undefeated,” the latest WWE mobile game featuring real-time head-to-head competition, will release worldwide on Dec. 3 for iOS and Android devices. Featuring WWE Superstars and Legends, “WWE Undefeated” blends action with real-time strategy gameplay.

“nWay is a leader in making real-time competitive multiplayer games and we could not be more excited to partner with WWE to deliver an over-the-top experience,” says Taehoon Kim, chief executive officer, nWay. “Combining synchronous PvP gameplay with the ability to collect and upgrade signature moves of WWE Superstars makes ‘Undefeated’ the ultimate WWE mobile game fans have been waiting for.”

Developed by nWay, the developer and publisher of multiplayer games such as “Power Rangers: Legacy Wars” and “Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid,” “WWE Undefeated” features quick-session matches designed for mobile devices set against backdrops from around the world. Players can compete head-to-head in real-time with live opponents while experiencing the action, signature moves, and superstars synonymous with WWE.

“nWay’s strong reputation for developing quality multiplayer games makes them a natural partner for us,” says Sarah Cummins, senior vice president, consumer products, WWE. “‘WWE Undefeated’ will allow our fans to connect with their favorite Superstars and Legends in a fun and action-packed setting on their mobile devices.”

Players can pre-register to unlock special rewards by visiting wweundefeated.com.

 

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