THQ has announced WWE All Stars and will be showing it off at E3 this week.
It's looking like the WWE game that pits WWE Legends against current Superstars and will feature "over-the-top action and its own unique, impactful style," says THQ.
"The revolutionary new addition to THQ's distinguished WWE videogame portfolio and debut release from the company's San Diego-based studio, WWE All Starswill bridge generations of WWE enthusiasts and casual followers alike with a fun, fresh and fast-paced experience inside the virtual ring," reads the official blurb.
"Poised to deliver one of the greatest rosters ever assembled in a wrestling-centric videogame, renowned WWE Legends will align with today's most prominent WWE Superstars, inviting players to generate fantasy matches and ultimately determine the greatest competitors of all time.
"In addition, each WWE Legend and WWE Superstar will boast a distinctive and highly stylized appearance, adding to the overall atmosphere and intrepid attitude exuding from the on-screen action."
We previously reported on WWE commentator Jim Ross spilling the beans on 'Legends vs Superstars' via Twitter.
WWE All Stars was all but confirmed with THQ filing a trademark for the title earlier this month.
The publisher will also be revealing WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011 and an online WWE game in development for Korea, it's said.