The past few WWE games have featured a soundtrack that mainly consisted of the entrance themes of the WWE superstars, much to the disdain of many fans (Myself included). Now that 2k Games have taken over development and production of the titles, fans will be glad to know that — much like the NBA games, WWE 2K15 will feature a licensed soundtrack consisting a songs from some pretty well known artist including Wiz Khalifa.
Khalifa and WWE superstar John Cena have even teamed up to deliver two tracks for the upcoming game; “All Day” and “Breaks”. Neil Lawi, senior vp and general manager for WWE Music Group had this to say:
“We believe in long term relationships with bands/artists and I assure you this isn’t the last time you’ll see Wiz Khalifa involved with WWE,”
“I applaud John for selecting music that reaches across all genres of music and giving us the opportunity to work with these artists in a variety of ways. Maybe you’ll see one performing at WrestleMania next year, who knows?”
Florida Georgia Line’s (Eh) “This Is How We Roll” – feat. Luke Bryan will be in the game but not on the actual soundtrack.
You can view the listing below. Safe to say not everyone will be happy with the selections but I’m looking forward to it personally.
WWE 2K15 Track Listing
Wiz Khalifa & John Cena – “All Day”
B.o.B – “Ready” (Feat. Future)
Rudimental – “Free” (Feat. Emeli Sandé & Nas)
Wiz Khalifa – “We Dem Boyz”
Flo Rida – “Wild Ones” (Feat. Sia) [WrestleMania 28 Version]
Knife Party – “Bonfire”
Big Smo – “Workin’” (Feat. Alexander King)
Mystery Skulls – “Ghost”
Royal Blood – “Come On Over”
Wiz Khalifa & John Cena – “Breaks”
Other songs included:
- Avenged Sevenfold — “This Means War”
- Dizzee Rascal — “Heart Of A Warrior” (Feat. Teddy Sky)
- Florida Georgia Line — “This Is How We Roll” (Feat. Luke Bryan)
- Rise Against — “Zero Visibility
WWE 2K15 releases on October 28, 2014 for PS3 and Xbox 360. November 18 for Xbox One and PS4.
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