The King Of Fighters: ALLSTAR Gets WWE-Based Update, Freddie Prinze Jr. Brings Train Trouble On Rollout
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The King Of Fighters: ALLSTAR Gets WWE-Based Update
The mobile fighting game, King of Fighters: ALLSTAR, is releasing a new update this month featuring playable WWE Superstars. The three Superstars playable announced by the trailer are The Undertaker, Kofi Kingston, and Becky Lynch.
This is the first time any WWE Superstar will be playable in the legendary fight series. Undertaker, Kofi Kingston, and Becky Lynch will be available in the update coming out on May 14. There are three WWE Superstars yet to be announced for the game, and it is rumored that the spots will be filled by The Rock, John Cena, and Seth Rollins.
King of Fighters: ALLSTAR is free-to-play on all iOS and Android devices.
Meet your next challengers! Kofi Kingston, Becky Lynch, and The Undertaker. Are you strong enough for these Superstars? @WWE @TrueKofi @BeckyLynchWWE #theman @undertaker #WWE #KOFALLSTAR pic.twitter.com/7cxL6okAZC
— The King of Fighters ALLSTAR (@playkofallstar) May 11, 2020
WWE is taking their own leap back into the arcade-fighter ring with the upcoming console release of WWE 2K Battlegrounds, an over-the-top video game published by Saber Interactive that will take the place of WWE 2K21, which will not be released this year as all of the simulation efforts will go into the making of next year’s game. Learn more about the upcoming game at this link.
Freddie Prinze Jr. Brings Train Trouble On Rollout
The latest episode of Rollout, the series that sees WWE Superstars play a tabletop RPG is currently live on YouTube. This season features Freddie Prinze jr. as the dungeon master.
DM Freddie Prinze Jr. has more tricks up his sleeve for our intrepid group of travelers in Neo-Tokyo! Can our heroes survive a super surprising attack of ninjas while traveling inside of a speeding train?!