WWE SuperCard game for iPhone and iPad combines wrestling with card battles

wwe supercard

Publisher 2K Games, who currently own the rights to release video games based on World Wrestling Entertainment's properties, have just launched WWE SuperCard for the iPhone and iPad, which is supposed to combined the hard hitting action of pro wrestlers with the rather nerdy world of collectible role playing card games.

Here's a quick description of the game:

  • Massive WWE Roster - Collect your favorite WWE Superstars, Divas, Legends and Managers to build your roster and compete online against other players in multiple game modes! With more than 400 collectible cards, the action never stops!
  • Fast-Paced Player vs. Player Action - Take your five-man team online against other players to test your skills. Win your matches and earn new cards to add to your roster!
  • Customize Your Team - Discover cards of different rarities to assemble the ultimate WWE team. Train or combine your cards to upgrade their levels and unlock their full potential.
  • King Of The Ring - Put your deck to the ultimate test by playing in the King Of The Ring tournament. Manage your deck wisely in this 16 person multi-day tournament because the higher you rank, the bigger the reward!
  • Expanding Universe - The WWE SuperCard Universe will regularly expand with roster updates, so you'll always find yourself discovering new cards!

While the game is technically free, WWE SuperCard will support in-app content purchases. Will you be a hero or a heel in this game?

Have something to say about this story? Leave a comment! Need help with something else? Ask in our forums!

John Callaham

News Writer for Mobile Nations, along with being a Space: 1999 fan

More Posts



← Previously

Apple SVP Phil Schiller ices himself, challenges Tim Cook to do the same

Next up →

Augmented reality Lego Fusion now available for $34.99

Reader comments

WWE SuperCard game for iPhone and iPad combines wrestling with card battles


Is it going to be an expensive game? These type of games always appeal to me but I don't want to get stuck in a situation where you have to continuously spend money so you can be competitive.