Relive the groundbreaking rivalries of John Cena vs. CM Punk and Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels in a new single player campaign told through your gameplay and historic WWE footage. Downloadable Content features three additional stories: "One More Match", "Hall of Pain" and "Path of the Warrior".
The 2K Showcase story mode is similar to WWE 2K14 's 30 Years of WrestleMania mode in that it focuses on historical events, but will be more like the Attitude Era mode in WWE '13 where it focuses on specifics rather than generalities. The mode goes into more depth, giving more detailed looks at personal rivalries, treating them as mini-documentaries.
In the mode, 2K Showcase sees players relive two WWE rivalries through 33 distinct matches with documentary-style video packages of classic WWE footage, authentic WWE Superstar commentary and cinematic cut scenes:
- Hustle, Loyalty, Disrespect, which focuses on the rivalry of John Cena and CM Punk from 2011-2013, started with Punk beginning to rebel against Vince McMahon and the way he ran the company and later when he claimed he didn't earn the respect he deserved;
- Best Friends, Bitter Enemies, which chronicles the rivalry between Triple H and Shawn Michaels from 2002-2004, where Triple H betrayed Michaels after his return to action to prove himself as the better of the two.
Bonus historical objectives unlock new WWE Superstars and Championship titles, as well as alternate entrance and ring gear, that can be used in other WWE 2K15 game modes.
WWE 2K15 also has three additional Showcases which were available as DLC.
- One More Match features the rivalry between Christian and Randy Orton during 2011, focusing in on Christian's quest for the World Heavyweight Championship.
- Hall of Pain features Mark Henry's domination throughout 2011 and his path towards winning the World Heavyweight Championship, and the brief resurgence charging toward the WWE Championship during the early stages of 2013.
- Path of the Warrior focuses on the career of The Ultimate Warrior, chronicling in on the rise of The Ultimate Warrior during the 1980s, commenting on the passing of the torch that Hulk Hogan demonstrated at WrestleMania VI and detailing Warrior's legacy within the WWE.