WWE 2K Battlegrounds Rosters

WWE 2K Battlegrounds Rosters

Written by 

Tom Chapman

Published 

17th Sep 2020 16:05

Let's get ready to (royal) rumble as WWE 2K Battlegrounds jumps in the ring for another bout of wrestling mayhem, with some of the biggest names in the business. Following the disappointment of WWE 2K20, and cancellation of WWE 2K21, Saber Interactive is trying something new with its latest spin-off.

Even though players are preparing to flex their muscles as Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, John Cena, Trish Stratus, and Lita, there are plenty of other wrestlers to pick from before the bell rings. 

There are 70 wrestlers available when you first boot up WWE 2K Battlegrounds, and if that wasn't enough, another 63 Superstars and Legends will be added through DLC content. In a post-launch world, you'll be able to unlock the rest for free as the game progresses.

With an all-star roster of 133 wrestlers to chuck around the arena, WWE 2K Battlegrounds has a line-up that any sporting title would be jealous of. Suddenly, Tony Hawk looks a little lonely over in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2. 

When it comes to WWE 2K Battlegrounds' 70 launch characters, here's who you can get to grips with off the bat:
 

  1. AJ Styles
  2. Akira Tozawa
  3. Aleister Black
  4. Alexa Bliss
  5. Alicia Fox
  6. Andre The Giant
  7. Apollo Crews
  8. Asuka
  9. Baron Corbin
  10. Bayley
  11. Becky Lynch
  12. Beth Phoenix
  13. Big E
  14. Big Show
  15. Bobby Lashley
  16. Bobby Roode
  17. Braun Strowman
  18. Bray Wyatt
  19. Brie Bella
  20. Brock Lesnar
  21. Carmella
  22. Cesaro
  23. Charlotte Flair
  24. Daniel Bryan
  25. Dolph Ziggler
  26. Drew McIntyre
  27. Edge (Pre-order Bonus)
  28. Elias
  29. Ember Moon
  30. Finn Bálor
  31. Hulk Hogan
  32. Jake "The Snake" Roberts
  33. Jeff Hardy
  34. John Cena
  35. Kalisto
  36. Karl Anderson
  37. Kevin Owens
  38. Kofi Kingston
  39. Lince Dorado
  40. Liv Morgan
  41. Luke Gallows
  42. Mandy Rose
  43. Mankind
  44. Mickie James
  45. Naomi
  46. Natalya
  47. Nia Jax
  48. Nikki Bella
  49. Nikki Cross
  50. Randy Orton
  51. Rey Mysterio
  52. Ricochet
  53. Roman Reigns
  54. Ronda Rousey
  55. Rowan
  56. R-Truth
  57. Samoa Joe
  58. Sasha Banks
  59. Seth Rollins
  60. Sgt. Slaughter
  61. Shawn Michaels
  62. Shinsuke Nakamura
  63. Stephanie McMahon
  64. Stone Cold Steve Austin
  65. The Miz
  66. The Rock
  67. Triple H
  68. Undertaker
  69. Xavier Woods
  70. Yokozuna
WWE 2K Battlegrounds Rosters
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For those questioning where the likes of Ric Flair, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Chyna, Paige, and Ultimate Warrior are - don't worry. There are some very famous faces hanging out in the post-launch DLC:
 

  1. Akam
  2. Ali
  3. Alundra Blayze
  4. Andrade
  5. Angelo Dawkins
  6. Batista
  7. Big Boss Man
  8. Billie Kay
  9. Bo Dallas
  10. Booker T
  11. Bret “Hit Man” Hart
  12. British Bulldog
  13. Buddy Murphy
  14. Cactus Jack
  15. Chad Gable
  16. Christian
  17. Chyna
  18. Curtis Axel
  19. Dana Brooke
  20. Doink The Clown
  21. Earthquake
  22. Eddie Guerrero
  23. Fandango
  24. Goldberg
  25. Gran Metalik
  26. Jey Uso
  27. Jim Neidhart
  28. Jimmy Uso
  29. Kane
  30. Kevin Nash
  31. Lana
  32. Lita
  33. “Macho Man” Randy Savage
  34. Mark Henry
  35. Maryse
  36. Mojo Rawley
  37. Montez Ford
  38. Mr. McMahon
  39. Mr. Perfect
  40. Otis
  41. Paige
  42. Peyton Royce
  43. Rezar
  44. Rhea Ripley
  45. Ric Flair
  46. Ricky Steamboat
  47. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper
  48. Ruby Riott
  49. Sami Zayn
  50. Scott Hall
  51. Shane McMahon
  52. Sheamus
  53. Sonya Deville
  54. Sting
  55. Tamina
  56. The Boogeyman
  57. The Brian Kendrick
  58. Trish Stratus
  59. Tucker
  60. Tyler Breeze
  61. Typhoon
  62. Ultimate Warrior
  63. Vader

Here's hoping it's more than just 'squad goals AF' that has us loving WWE 2K Battlegrounds. When WWE 2K20 came out, it was criticised for problems with everything from graphics to physics. In fact, glitches got so bad, some branded the title "unplayable". A lot is riding on WWE 2K Battlegrounds as a potential return to form, but for now, we'll have to wait and see.

WWE 2K Battlegrounds will officially drop on September 18, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia. Now you know who's on offer, there's no reason why you can't claim the title as King or Queen of the Battleground. 

 

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Images via 2K Entertainment | Saber Interactive

Tom Chapman
About the author
Tom Chapman
Tom is Trending News Editor at GGRecon, with an NCTJ qualification in Broadcast Journalism and over seven years of experience writing about film, gaming, and television. With bylines at IGN, Digital Spy, Den of Geek, and more, Tom’s love of horror means he's well-versed in all things Resident Evil, with aspirations to be the next Chris Redfield.
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