The new WWE 2K14 video game is set to be released on October 29, and if you weren’t interested in getting it already, you are contractually obligated as a wrestling fan/person who appreciates joy in life to pick it up because 2K BROUGHT BACK THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR AND HAD HIM CUT AN INCOHERENT PROMO ABOUT BEING IN WWE 2K14.
This exists. It combines the best parts of a classic ESPN commercial and an insane, rambling 1980s Warrior. You get to play as Warrior (for the first time in franchise history, assuming WWE All-Stars doesn’t count) if you pre-order the game, and … yeah, I’m pre-ordering this. The best part is that video game Warrior has full-on Loni Anderson hair, which for my money is the only Warrior that matters.
I’m just kidding, every Warrior matters. The commercial is after the jump. I’m gonna get to work on my The Disciple create-a-wrestler right now.
By the way, if you’re wondering what “destrucity” is:
In its design, Destrucity represents a constellation existing in the heavens which symbolizes the “Eight Disciplines” by which Warriors choose to live their lives. Brought to existence by the destinies of those willing to die for their Beliefs, brought to exist as a place where people live by Belief in the evolution of their Higher Selves-constantly evolving toward a completion of their chosen destiny-all with strength in the denial of “System Beliefs”-the very Beliefs that amplify differences in and create rights, wrongs, judgements, and opinions of people, places, and things.
The Ultimate Warrior lost his mind and made up a word called Destrucity. (via Urban Dictionary)
ilu, 2K Sports.