The official soundtrack for WWE 2K23 has been revealed, with some popular choices for wrestling fans and one which they’ll hope to forget.
While favourite songs like “sad but true” by Metallica is included, the singer HARDY’s inclusion comes with limited goodwill from wrestling fans. The singer put on a very poor performance during the 2023 Royal Rumble event, with many fans calling it the worst musical performance in wrestling of all time.
WWE 2K23 will be released on March 17 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S. Xbox One, and Windows PC with standard, Cross-Gen, Deluxe, and Icon Editions. The game is one of the most hyped in years following the success of WWE 2K22 and features one of the biggest rosters of all time.
- Sad But True – Metallica
- Quevedo: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52 – Bizarrap, Quevedo
- Vegas – Doja Cat
- SUVs – Luciano
- Can’t Stop – Red Hot Chili Peppers
- Ramen & OJ – Joyner Lucas, Lil Baby
- JACK – HARDY
- No More Tears – Bullet for My Valentine
- Dame Lu – Dei V, Omar Courtz
- Shipwreck – Letdown.
- Grounds – IDLES
- Take What You Want – Post Malone (Featuring Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott)
WWE 2K23 has revealed John Cena as this years cover star and is also announced as the star of this years 2K Showcase.
The WWE 2K23 2K Showcase mode lets the player relive a wrestlers career, showcasing all their greatest matches and moment to be replayed by the player in WWE 2K23. In previous years, the likes of Rey Mysterio, CM Punk, Steve Austin, Mark Henry and the WWE Diva’s have been the focus of the 2K Showcase, while this year it is likely to be based on the storied career of John Cena.
You can see every match in the WWE 2K23 John Cena showcase mode by clicking here