Undertaker Discusses How The WWE Games Process Has Evolved Over Three Decades
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Nobody has been in more WWE video games than The Undertaker. Making his debut in 1991’s Super WrestleMania offering on the Super Nintendo, The Undertaker has been featured in a WWE game every year for the last 29 years.
Following the release of WWE 2K Battlegrounds, Undertaker appeared on the My Mom’s Basement podcast to talk about how the video game process has changed in the last three decades.
“To realize where we started in the video game process is nuts. It used to take two or three days in a studio, green screens, getting hooked up to cables and going through our moves to nowadays where they put you in a wall of cameras and get every possible angle of you. It’s amazing how far the process has come through my 30 years. It’s a lot better product and it’s a lot less time consuming on my end and they make you look a little better, which is a bonus [laughs]. They don’t show quite as many miles as the real thing.”
WWE 2K Battlegrounds is available now for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia.
Undertaker Discusses How The WWE Games Process Has Evolved