Find out When You Can Learn of WWE 2K15’s Full Roster, Plus Details on the Digital Versions


Back in August of this year, 2K Games revealed the roster for its upcoming WWE 2K15 video game. Much to the ire of many fans, it wasn’t a full reveal as many superstars where excluded. Since then more have been confirmed; from NXT superstars, Adrian Neville and Cory Graves to the Ultimate Warrior. Though other superstars and divas such as Adam Rose and Paige have been confirmed as DLC. That still leaves many fans wondering, the identity of the remaining superstars and divas to fill up the remaining rosters spots at launch.

Well wonder no more as 2K Games has revealed that fans will have to wait, until they get their hands on the game to find out who else is included. They want it to be a surprise you see.

Other info regarding the game’s roster that should make fans breath a little easier, is that the rosters are identical between the last-gen and current gen versions of the game. The only difference being the General Managers featured in ‘MyCareer’ mode. This story mode that stars the player’s created superstar is exclusive to PS4 and Xbox One versions. So even though 360 and PS3 owners won’t be able to play every game mode, at least they won’t miss out on playable characters.

2K Games has also gone ahead and offered clarification on digital versions of the game and DLC:

  • Xbox 360 version will be available for purchase in all XBL regions (Excluding Japan) on “their specific announced release date”.
  • The PS3 version will be available for purchase on October 28 via PSN
  • Players should be able to pre-order the Xbox One version on November 4 (Subject to change)
  • PS4 owners who preload the game, will have it unlocked at midnight PST on November 18
  • With the exception of Sting (Pre-order), Hogan (Hulkamania Edition), Accelerator and Season Pass, none of the DLC is on disc

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

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