The visual presentation of the game is substantially improved over previous games, and the character models of superstars appear more solid.
The overhauled controls are the most noticeable difference between WWE 2K22 and previous editions. The all-new button arrangement will necessitate a learning curve, although a short one.
There is now a three-button attack system in place, with many permutations and combinations of the buttons resulting in various attack combos.
This year saw the reintroduction of "MyGM" mode, a management simulation game in which you take over one of the WWE shows as the GM and try to overcome an AI.
The targeting mechanism remains hit-or-miss, and tag team matches continue to function strangely. You can't play a typical 5v5 Survivor Series match, and there's a lot more.
WWE 2K22 is the best-looking WWE game to date; it offers something for everyone and should keep you entertained for the rest of the year.