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WWE 12 announced, trailer promotes ‘Bigger, Badder, Better’

THQ’s announced a new WWE game dropping the whole SmackDown Vs Raw title in favour of something more simple. WWE 12 is to be the latest professional wrestling game to hit home consoles later this year.

The announcement comes with a trailer which shows the ‘The Viper’ Randy Orton’s rise through the WWE.

According to THQ they’ve stripped down the whole game and built it back up again to really give wrestling fans the game they want. THQ also detailed some of the new things their putting into the game.

WWE ’12 boasts all-new Predator Technology, which provides the most fluid and realistic animations ever seen in a WWE video game, improved artificial intelligence (A.I.) and an innovative “Breaking Point” submission system. Immersing the WWE Universe in the action even further is WWE ‘12’s dynamic TV-style presentation that utilizes new rendering and lighting technologies to masterfully recreate the unique thrills of Raw, SmackDown and WWE pay-per-view events.

Complementing its robust roster, WWE ’12 features the most expansive creation suite to date, with a wide selection of tools allowing members of the WWE Universe to create their own Superstars, entrances, finishing moves, storylines, highlight reels and more. Players can then share and download their creations online, allowing limitless gameplay possibilities.

WWE ’12 will also feature a  bigger, badder and better “WWE Universe” mode, empowering players to determine the destiny of WWE‘s Superstars and Divas with storylines, matches, alliances and rivalries that are shaped by their decisions. Additionally, a revamped “Road to WrestleMania” mode allows WWE Universe members to experience the action, drama, twists and turns as they choose their favorite Superstar and embark on an exciting journey to The Showcase of the Immortals.

WWE ’12 will release on November 25 on PS3, 360 and Wii.

Get the trailer below.

Edited On 01 Jun, 2011

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