You’ve been able to make superstars for a long time now in wrestling games, but WWE 2K16 lets you do a lot more than that – pretty much anything really.
Now that’s creative right there. I think the create a show is probably the one thing that caught my eye the most, that’s just cool, not to mention different. 2K16 is packing a lot more than just a create-a-whetever too, as you’ll find the usual assortment of modes, match types, and PPV’s all here in the latest edition of the long running series.
This year too, the game is packing one of the most stacked rosters of wrestlers ever, topping out at more than 120 playable grapplers (including two versions of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Stone Cold Steve Austin). Unless I miss my guess, that’s the biggest stable of talent ever to appear in a wrestling game, let alone a WWE-branded one.
If you were disappointed with 2015’s version, keep your eye on this one, as WWE 2K16 looks like it’s set to deliver. The game drops the elbow on the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, and PS3 on October 27th.