WWE 2K23 is coming to a console and PC near you pretty soon, and 2K is slowly starting to reveal everyone who’s part of this year’s game. It promises to be an impressive roster when all is said and done, filled with WWE legends, current stars and celebrities. While we’re still waiting for more reveals, the recent gameplay trailer gave us a host of new names to include in the roster, and initial screenshots and other stuff like the Icon Edition details gave us even more. Then there’s Bad Bunny’s pre-order bonus and Cody Rhodes’ recent reveal that added more names to the hat, so if you’re looking for a one-stop shop for all the WWE Superstars who’ve come to the game so far have been revealed, you can find them all from the next slide.
The description for the Icon Edition also gave us some alternate versions of previously revealed Superstars, not to mention the multiple versions of John Cena to count. Cena is the cover star and also the focus of this year’s 2K Showcase, so there will be a host of different versions of Cena that you can likely unlock as you work your way through the mode.
Bad Bunny will also be making his WWE 2K debut and Logan Paul will be featured in this year’s game, but this time as a WWE Superstar since signing with the company last year. Rhodes will also be in this year’s game, and while he was the most requested addition for WWE 2K22, his performance at WrestleMania 38 pretty much knocked him out of the running for inclusion in last year’s game.
We’re constantly updating the roster as more superstars are revealed, but in the meantime, check out our full gameplay preview in the video above!
WWE 2K23 Deluxe Edition and Icon Edition will offer early access starting March 14, while the Standard Edition and Cross-Get Edition will be released on Friday, March 17.
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AJ Styles – Axiom
Bad Bunny – Source Breakker
Batista (Leviathan) – Icon Edition
Brock Lesnar (2002) – Icon Edition
Charlotte Flair – Edge
Cruz del Toro
Finn Balor – Johnny Gargano
John Cena (2002)
John Cena (2006)
John Cena (prototype) – Icon Edition
Kevin Owens – Paul Heyman
Paul Heyman (Manager)
Randy Orton-Ronda Rousey
Randy Orton (2002) – Icon Edition
Robert van Dam
Sami Zayn – Steve Austin
Seth “Freakin” Rollins
The Miz – Xavier Woods
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