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MyFACTION back for more in WWE 2K23

You might love it or hate it, but 2K and Visual Concepts are indeed bringing MyFACTION mode back once again, for the latest edition of WWE.

It’s a FACT

Do you dig MyFACTION? If you do, I’m getting the feeling that you’re in the minority. Yeah it seems as though the mode of play isn’t the most popular of the WWE 2K series’ offerings, but it will be back for round 2 when the latest title in the set debuts.

More or less, MyFACTION gives players the ability to build a team of WWE Superstars and then compete against others online. And it’s got some neat unlockables too, as there are costumes and “unique character models” that you can only see in the mode.

That could be an issue for some, as fan-favorite stuff could be sealed away in MyFACTION. Though there’s always the creation suite as a workaround for that.

  • Battle Head-to-Head Online: Experience all-new online gameplay in MyFACTION. Show off star-studded factions and challenge friends and WWE 2K community members alike through Online Quickplay for endless hours of fun;
  • Experience Unique Live Events: Regular post-launch content in the form of scheduled Live Events will arrive year-round in MyFACTION, offering a single-player experience with unique matchups curated by WWE 2K designers;
  • Collect and Upgrade Cards: Diverse and aesthetically enhanced cards across multiple tiers with crisp images, highly detailed backgrounds and design boosts make fan-favorite Superstars pop! Plus, look forward to the addition of the all-new Pink Diamond tier post-launch;
  • Enjoy Alternate Superstar Attires: Collect multiple iterations and MyFACTION exclusive looks for favorite Superstars while building the ultimate faction, from the most coveted historic looks to the most up-to-date changes happening on TV.

2K Games press release

Dig into MyFACTION and of course loads more later this month, when WWE 2K23 lands on Xbox and PlayStation platforms, as well as the PC. Look for the Deluxe Edition and Icon Edition on the 14th, and the Standard Edition and Cross-Get Edition a few days later, on the 17th.

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