Brock Lesnar Removed From WWE 2K24 Special Edition Cover

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As WWE continues to distance itself from Brock Lesnar, the wrestler has been removed from the cover art of 2K’s upcoming WWE 2K24 special edition.

Lesnar was cut from the promo art for the Forty Years of WrestleMania edition of the game, as discovered by wrestling writer Andrew Ravens, who posted the original cover side-by-side with the new one. Where Lesnar was, there is now a bigger version of John Cena.

It’s unclear whether Lesnar will be completely removed from the game when it launches on March 8th, but sources familiar with the situation told IGN that the game will be updated in response to recent developments surrounding Lesnar and his relationship. He said that he is taking measures. Lawsuit against Vince McMahon and WWE. IGN has reached out to 2K for comment.

Lesnar has already been removed from 2K’s WWE Supercard mobile game. This development comes after the publication of the aforementioned bombshell lawsuit filed by former WWE employee Janelle Grant, which includes a long list of disturbing allegations against McMahon, including sexual assault and sex trafficking. It is.

The suit alleges, among other things, that Mr. McMahon directed Mr. Grant to take explicit photos for a WWE star he was trying to re-sign. The wrestler is not named in the lawsuit, but wall street journal Lesnar is reportedly the wrestler in question.

Lesnar was also reported to be scheduled to compete in the 2024 Men’s Royal Rumble last month, but plans changed after the report.

WWE 2K24 will be released on March 8th on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4/5, and PC.

Alex Steadman is IGN’s senior news editor and oversees entertainment coverage. When she’s not writing or editing, you can find her reading fantasy novels or playing Dungeons & Dragons.

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