2K today announced WWE 2K16’s first downloadable content offering, the New Moves Pack, is available now for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, as well as Xbox One, and Xbox 360 for a suggested price of $3.99. Featuring more than 30 new moves, including the Corner Enzuigiri(made popular by WWE Diva Nikki Bella), Avalanche Ram (made popular by WWE Diva Paige), Sidewinder Suplex (made popular by WWE Superstar Kevin Owens), Standing Crossface Chickenwing (made popular by WWE Superstar Stardust) and Dragon Sleeper (made popular by NXT Superstar Finn Bálor), the New Moves Pack will help fans further customize their favorite Superstars and Divas to dominate their rivals.
WWE 2K15 was a game that fell victim to the problems that all sports games on this generation have suffered from in their first entry: unimpressive visuals, trimmed down modes and features, and small rosters. But that game also went in a different direction, focusing more on being a simulation of the WWE, rather than an arcadey feel that the games before it had. Thankfully, WWE 2K16 fixes most of what plagued the previous game, and the result is a better focused, looking, and playing game that is more accurate to the simulation of wrestling and the WWE than ever before.
2K today announced the in-game soundtrack details for WWE 2K16, the forthcoming release in the flagship WWE video game franchise. The soundtrack will feature 11 unique tracks from established and emerging artists that transcend multiple genres, including alternative, hip-hop, classic rock, heavy metal, country and electronic dance.
2K today released a feature set overview for WWE 2K16 – the forthcoming release in the flagship WWE franchise – detailing the game’s extensive roster, key gameplay improvements, 2K Showcase, My Career, expanded Creation Suite and more. In addition, the Company offered its first look at WWE 2K16 in action through screenshots and a b-roll package featuring a variety of WWE talent, including Seth Rollins and Finn Balor.