[Update] Bo Dallas in WWE 2K15; MyCareer Details Coming Next Week


Update #2: Sami Zayn has also been confirmed.


Update: 2K games has confirmed that Bo Dallas and Adrian Neville are in fact in WWE 2K15.


 Original story as follows:

It seems WWE 2K15’s official twitter account may have inadvertently (Or not) revealed another inclusion to the upcoming wrestling title’s roster. Anyone who has been following knows the official roster was partially revealed just last month, with 2K Games promising a full reveal in the future. Many noticed that a lot of the show’s current roster of superstars were excluded including former NXT Champ Bo Dallas. Well good news Bo fans, it looks like he may have made the cut.

The game’s official twitter page sent out a few tweets earlier, live from WWE’s Performance Center for coverage on the PS4 and Xbox One’s exclusive MyCareer mode.

As stated above the MyCareer mode is exclusive to the current gen versions of WWE 2K15 and will see players take their created wrestler through a singleplayer story; fighting their way through the ranks of WWE’s developmental program NXT, before taking their place among the main event stars on Raw and Smackdown.

What does this have to do with Bo Dallas possibly being in the game? I was getting to that, with this tweet.

As you can see in the picture WWE superstar Cesaro is joined by current NXT Heavyweight Champ Adrian Neville and rival Sami Zayn — who were also inadvertently revealed  via achievements, and Bo Dallas.

It seems obvious that Bo will be in the game, otherwise he wouldn’t be there helping to promote the MyCareer mode. Also 2K has also been release short videos featuring WWE superstars replying to fans commenting on the title’s official gameplay trailer. This video features Bo responding to fan wondering if he was in the game or not.


We shall see come next week, when more info is released.


WWE 2K15 will launch on October 28, 2014 for PS3 and Xbox 360, November 18 for PS4 and Xbox One.

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