There’s no better time than E3 to share the first details of a new game and that’s why 2K have now revealed a couple of superstars and new improvements for WWE 2K15.
The first five wrestlers announced are Bray Wyatt, Cesaro, John Cena, Hulk Hogan and Roman Reigns which is an incredibly powerful start to the roster reveal. This is a debut in WWE 2K games for Wyatt (has appeared under another gimmick) so it’s good to see that added freshness but we’d obviously like to see a whole lot more to come.
WWE 2K15 will be the first game that 2K has handled from day one of the development process and they’re planning on bringing the visuals up to a better standard. The Superstars in-game can finally look more like their real life selves. Another improvement on the overall atmosphere of WWE 2K15 is the commentary where now the commentators Cole and King will record together to accumulate over 30 hours of dialogue each. Hopefully this could add more fluidity to conversations and avoid repetition too soon.
Last but not least, the cut off date for content is being pushed closer to the release to ensure the roster and other content is as up-to-date as it can be with WWE programmes. Check back tomorrow (Thursday 11th June) as there are expected to be more announcements regarding WWE 2K15.