2K Sports has shared the soundtrack for WWE 2K23, curated by former wrestler and current Hollywood star John Cena – check it out below.
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Due for release March 17, the latest instalment in the long-running WWE series includes over 178 playable wrestlers alongside a special Showcase game mode which will allow players to relive the career of John Cena.
“The champ is here! Play through an interactive sports documentary, narrated by John Cena himself, covering the key moments and toughest opponents of John Cena’s storied 20-year WWE career. And in a franchise-first, take on the role of each marquee opponent – some of WWE’s greatest of all time – as you aim to take down Mr. Hustle, Loyalty, and Respect,” explained 2K Sports.
Cena also served as executive producer on WWE 2K23 and even curated the soundtrack featuring the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica and Doja Cat. Check out the full tracklist below:
Metallica – ‘Sad But True’
Bizarrap & Quezedo – ‘Brzp Music Sessions Vol. 52’
Doja Cat – ‘Vegas’
Luciano – ‘SUVs’
Red Hot Chili Peppers – ‘Can’t Stop’
Joyner Lucas & Lil Baby – ‘Ramen & OJ’
Hardy – ‘Jack’
Bullet For My Valentine – ‘No More Tears’
Del V ft Omar Courtz – ‘Dame Lu’
Letdown. – ‘Shipwreck’
Idles – ‘Grounds’
Post Malone ft Ozzy Osbourne, Travis Scott – ‘Take What You Want’
Announcing the soundtrack, WWE 2K23 wrote: “The Doctor of Thuganomics John Cena put his personal touch on the WWE 2K23 soundtrack as an executive producer. Listen now.”
🚨🤙 🚨 Word Life 🚨🤙🚨
The Doctor of Thuganomics @JohnCena put his personal touch on the #WWE2K23 soundtrack as an Executive Producer 🎶
Listen now https://t.co/PWY694wbDU pic.twitter.com/KNBMPtCkmC
— #WWE2K23 (@WWEgames) February 15, 2023
John Cena last featured as the cover star of a WWE game back in 2015, where he teamed up with Wiz Khalifa for their collaborative tracks ‘All Day’ and ‘Breaks’.
WWE 2K23 releases on March 17 for Xbox, PlayStation and PC.
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