WWE 2K20 welcomes the Empire of Tomorrow

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The Empire of Tomorrow, the fourth and final WWE 2K20 Originals DLC pack, is now available.

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Empire of Tomorrow

In the neon-soaked future-city of Neo-Osaka, hackers, androids, and robot hunters roam the streets, all under the watchful eye of the all-powerful Authority Megacorp. Welcome to Empire of Tomorrow, the fourth and final WWE 2K20 Originals DLC available as part of the WWE 2K20 Backstage Pass, and included in every copy of the WWE 2K20 Deluxe and SmackDown! 20th Anniversary Editions. WWE 2K20 Originals: Empire of Tomorrow is available now, alongside patch 1.08. Patch notes are available here.

WWE 2K20 Originals: Empire of Tomorrow Content

New Sci-fi Showcase

The story of WWE 2K20 Originals: Empire of Tomorrow follows Asuka, a legendary hacker on the run from the clutches of Authority Megacorp. Chairwoman Alexa Bliss, the head of Authority Megacorp, has offered Asuka and her crew a deal: return stolen data, and have their criminal records wiped clean.

The deal goes sideways when Alexa refuses to hold up her end of the bargain, and Asuka’s crew is left with no choice but to defend themselves against the Authority’s onslaught of high-tech security systems.

New Dystopian Story Towers

• “On the Hunt” – ‘Robot Hunter Miz’ is tasked with finding and capturing a group of malfunctioning robots. The only problem is, they look and act just like humans.

• “Malfunction Detected” – ‘Robot Hunter Keith Lee’ is The Miz’s partner. Like Miz, Lee is tasked with hunting down renegade ‘bots, but he starts to realize that he’s more similar to the bots than he thought.

• “Neo-Osaka Security Corporation” – ‘Hacker Johnny Gargano’ is a member of Asuka’s crew. Authority Megacorp has unleashed a new series of security bots onto the streets, and they’re terrorizing civilians. Johnny has a risky plan: reprogram the bots to only see what Johnny wants them to see, but to do that, he’ll need to subdue them first.

• “Heist of the Millennium” – ‘Hacker Io Shirai’ is about to infiltrate the toughest security system on the planet: Authority Megacorp. Her goal: steal a data cache imperative to The Authority’s plans and return it to the crew. Will Io successfully steal and bring back the cache, or will she sell it off on the black market and get rich?

New Futuristic WWE Superstar Characters
• Hacker Asuka
• Chairwoman Bliss
• A-Mech-Sa Bliss
• Daemon Sonya Deville
• CyberNaomi
• Anti-Virus Carmella
• N14-J4X
• Hacker Johnny Gargano

Two New Arenas
• The Mainframe
• Neo-Osaka District 4

And More
• New themed Superstar parts
• New voiceover and commentary
• New themed Create-an-Arena parts
• New themed weapons

If you opt for the WWE 2K20 Deluxe or SmackDown! 20th Anniversary Edition, you’ll also have access to the complete set of WWE 2K20 Originals downloadable content packs, including Bump in the Night, Wasteland Wanderers, Southpaw Regional Wrestling, and Empire of Tomorrow. Empire of Tomorrow is also included in the WWE 2K20 Backstage Pass DLC bundle.


WWE 2K20 Originals are a series of four downloadable content packs each based around a different theme and all-new fictional realm. These are the core downloadable content offerings for WWE 2K20 and each will include a unique 2K Showcase, 2K Towers, playable characters, creation suite parts, new weapons and arenas, and so much more, set to a unique theme.


WWE 2K20 Originals are priced at $14.99 each. The first WWE 2K20 Originals pack, Bump in the Night, was available at no additional charge for those who pre-ordered WWE 2K20 at participating retailers. Players interested in the other three WWE 2K20 Originals outside of Bump in the Night can purchase the WWE 2K20 Backstage Pass for $29.99 (a $44.97 value). The contents of the Backstage Pass are included in the WWE 2K20 Deluxe and SmackDown! 20th Anniversary Editions and will be available for download once available.

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