WWE 2K15 is arguably the best WWE video game of all-time. Along with their first game on the next-generation systems, the all-new “Showcase” mode and “My Career” mode stole the show among the Fall 2014 releases. In the past, WWE video games have had excellent features, but also some shortcomings. For example, WWE 2K14 was great, but contained glitches at times.
WWE is becoming known for their game modes, but also the amount of DLC (downloadable content) packs that come out following the release of the game. 2K Sports announced numerous DLC packs that are still coming out.
According to WrestleZone.com, 2K Sports is about to roll out their latest DLC pack for WWE 2K15 and it’s all about the young guns in WWE NXT. Each WWE superstar will be included in the WWE 2K125 Arrival DLC pack. If you didn’t purchase the 2K Season Pass, then it will cost $6.99.
* Playable Former WWE Champion and Monday Night Raw® announcer: JBL®;
* Playable NXT Superstars: Adam Rose™ and The Ascension™ (Konnor™ and Viktor™);
* Playable NXT Diva: Emma™;
* NXT Arrival will be available in early 2015 for a suggested price of $6.99.
Adrian Neville, Paige, Corey Graves and Sami Zayn round out the list of WWE NXT superstars that were included in the launch of WWE 2K15. Many that played the game already are satisfied with it. IGNgave WWE 2K15 a 7.0 out of 10. That wasIGN‘s rating, as the IGN community rated it a 7.4
On top of the “Showcase mode” and “My Career mode,” 2K Sports developers added new commentary lines for Michael Cole and Jerry “the King” Lawler. The “Showcase mode” offered players the chance to play with WWE superstars such as Edge, Christian, Randy Orton (2004 version) and other variations of current or former WWE superstars.
One complaint from many WWE fans that have the game is the fact that 2K Sports doesn’t update the game’s roster. In an earlier report on The Inquisitr, 2K Sports developers talk about the difficulty in creating superstars. It’s very hard to do that for a game that stops being developed at a certain period of time. Remember, they are already in the process of making WWE 2K16. So, it would be very hard to keep up.
WWE NXT superstars like Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Tyler Breeze and Hideo Itami won’t be in this year’s game. However, they should be in WWE 2K16. Sasha Banks already confirmed herself for the game that will come out in the Fall of 2015. For now, enjoy the new batch of NXT stars, as well as JBL in today’s DLC pack release.
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