WWE 2K14 DLC Packs: ‘nWo’ Downloadable Content Release Date Set For Tuesday, November 12; Includes Wrestlers Like Kevin Nash, Syxx, Scott Hall And More
By Staff Writer | November 10, 2013 10:04 PM EST
The first from a number of WWE 2K14 DLC packs is arriving this week.
The highly-anticipated WWE 2K14 DLC pack called "nWo" is arriving on Tuesday, November 12. This is going to be the first roster expansion to arrive via downloadable content. Those who have Season Pass can get the first WWE 2K14 DLC pack when it arrives, free of charge. Meanwhile, other gamers will have to pay $8.99 for the 'nWo' WWE 2K14 DLC pack.
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According to 2K Sports, the 'nWo' WWE 2K14 DLC pack includes wrestlers such as Kevin Nash, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Syxx, Curt Hennig, Scott Hall, The Giant and Scott Steiner.
Some of the Superstars that are available in the upcoming WWE 2K14 DLC pack are already part of the roster in other personas. However, the nWo pack brings these Superstars to gamers as part of the black and white crews, as posted on a separate article from Bleacher Report.
Describing the New World Order, as posted on Bleacher Report, it is "one of the greatest heel stables in wrestling history, and the impression the group had on the industry is still being felt all these years later.
Now, the fans that weren't able to live through that era can reenact many of the stable's most iconic moments."
With the 'nWo' DLC pack and "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan being already featured in the game, fans of the wrestling world be able to recreate the original nWo and reform again the biggest heel turn in sports history.
Moreover, the second WWE 2K14 DLC pack, called WWE Superstars and Moves pack is set to arrive in December. This DLC pack will include Fandango, Brie Bella, Nikki Bella, Big E. Langston, and Summer Rae. This WWE 2K14 DLC pack will also grant the players 30 new moves and taunts like a two-handed chokeslam and the psycho driver.
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