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WWE 12: Box art, teaser trailer and release date revealed

If you’re a wrestling fan that owns a PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii or Xbox 360 console, I think we have news that you definitely won’t want to miss!! Not only has the WWE 12 game been officially unveiled recently, but the box art, a teaser trailer and the release date have also been revealed.

As Ali Asif over on the website recently noted, the developer has made some drastic changes to the gameplay in the upcoming WWE 12 game, including a new high-quality animation system that will make the wrestlers look more physical performing their moves as in real-time.

The WWE 12 game will also come with better rendering and an updated camera angle, which will provide gamers with a more cinematic view. The submission system has also been updated and now includes a sort of mini-game, where players have to tap buttons to deal with an ongoing submission.

THQ will be offering a demo of the WWE 12 game at this year’s E3 event. According to the creative director of the WWE 12 game Cory Ledesma, they will be showing off a 1-on-1 match so that people can take a sneak peek at how the new and improved gameplay experience is shaping up.

According to Greg Miller over at IGN (where you can view both the box art and several screenshots of the upcoming wrestling game), WWE 12 will be arriving in North American stores on November 22nd and UK stores on November 25th. You can view the teaser trailer below this post.

Will you be buying the WWE 12 game?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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