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WWE 2K15 Welcomes PS4 and Xbox One With Realistic Visuals & Sounds
Since the acquisition of WWE license by 2K, people have been waiting to see how it will improve the franchise in coming years and now the wait is finally over as some information on WWE 2K15 has been revealed.
This time, developers are not going to hold back on anything and first and foremost, the priority is given to visual concepts to make superstars look more like their real life counterparts.
The same scanning technology for visuals that has been used for 2K NBA titles is being used for WWE 2K15, and almost 90% of roster has already being scanned and ready to be part of the game.
Furthermore, character emotions that have stayed pretty bland in previous entries are being worked on so every superstar will react very realistically to what is happening around him/her.
In addition to visuals, WWE 2K15 will try and make the experience just like people are accustomed to see every week on TV by adding 5X more animations in the game, so that experience will stay fresh and entertaining.
Number of people complained about the audio of WWE games, as it was getting repetitive with just a few lines added every year.
However, in WWE 2K15, the commentators Jerry “The King” Lawler and Michael Cole will be getting over 30 to 35 hours of new commentary each, and the recording is being done in tandem to create more realistic and natural conversations.
WWE 2K15 will be the first title to be released on next-gen consoles along with PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 28th of October.