– Above is the latest WWE Top 10 video, featuring the most-watched clips of 2020 from the WWE YouTube channel. The #10 most-watched video is Becky Lynch’s pregnancy announcement, and the #1 most-watched video is the surprise Royal Rumble return by WWE Hall of Famer Edge. The list includes clips from shows that aired this year, and apparently does not include full matches from previous years that were added in 2020 or online series such as WWE Playlist.
– IGN recently spoke with RAW Tag Team Champion Xavier Woods and G4 Head of Content Kevin Sabbe to discuss Woods’ new role and vision for the return of the network. Woods’ signing was confirmed with last week’s G4 Reunion Special. While there are no details on G4’s official return, it was noted that the plans are for a relaunch to come some time in 2021.
Woods, who ran an online campaign to get hired for the return of G4, said he had the same reaction as he did when he found out he was getting signed by WWE years ago.
“I was losing my mind… It was incredible,” Woods said, describing the experience of being able to announce his hosting job. “I’m just a random dude from Georgia who loves video games and loves wrestling. So getting my WWE contract while sitting in the middle of a Walgreens in Orlando, Florida at the time doing like backflips, calling my parents… I had the exact same reaction when I found out I was going to be a host on G4.”
– A new three-ring WarGames event has been announced for Season 7 of the popular WWE SuperCard mobile game. 2K sent us the following trailer and details for the new feature:
WWE® SuperCard Season 7 Introduces Three-Ring Chaos with New WarGames Event
New solo experience features new rewards, player-controlled pacing and … giant crab monsters?
WarGames, an exciting new solo event, is scheduled to arrive tomorrow, December 3, in WWE® SuperCard, the collectible card-battling game from Cat Daddy Games. WarGames will be available as a free downloadable update on the Apple App Store for iOS devices, including iPhone® and iPad®; the Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore for Android™ devices*; and Facebook Gaming.
WarGames will challenge players to battle for control across three rings and three rounds. Each ring will feature a random match-up type to test players’ deck-crafting skills. Player and AI cards fight for control of a ring and any losing cards get KO’d. When the dust settles, whoever has the most cards in a ring earns points, and at the end of the three rounds, the player with the most points wins.
Designed using the foundational principles behind the Road to Glory and Ring Domination events, WarGames can be played at the player’s own pace with opportunities to get rewards at regular intervals as progress is made. Every WarGames event will run across several days and feature an event card in its top slot.
WarGames will also feature giant crab monsters. What’s that all about? Players will just have to see for themselves!
As a bonus to celebrate the launch of WarGames, players can retrieve a free pack in the WWE SuperCard in-game store by logging in between Tuesday, December 3 at 12:00 p.m. PST and Thursday, December 10 at 12:00 p.m. PST. This pack contains an Adam Cole “Cataclysm” card, a WarGames cardback, 1,000 SuperCoins and 25 draft picks.**
For more information on the WWE SuperCard series and 2K, visit wwe.2k.com/supercard, become a fan on Facebook, follow the game on Twitter and Instagram or subscribe on YouTube.
Cat Daddy Games is a 2K studio. 2K is a wholly owned publishing label of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO).
* WWE SuperCard requires iOS 11.0 or later for iOS devices, including iPhone and iPad, as well as requires Android 4.2.1 and up for Android devices. App includes optional in-game purchases.
** Limit one per account.
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