WWE 2K18 Second Roster Reveal: 37 More Wrestling Superstars Unveiled
2K Games, who has developed games like the NBA 2K series and the WWE 2K series, are starting to wrap-off the dozens of different wrestlers who will be a part of the WWE 2K18 roster. Last week the game makers had revealed 47 of them, now the second batch of playable characters for WWE 2K18 was unveiled Wednesday with 37 more wrestler superstars.
Considering how many different wrestlers there are in the WWE, there are likely going to be just as many in WWE 2K18. However, since the last game released, there's even going to be a number of well-known names from the WWE that have either since died or retired. For an example, the Undertaker, which is one of the most recognizable and iconic wrestlers of the WWE has retired back in April.
According to the IGN, WWE's Corey Graves and Renee Young ran down the newest additions to the WWE 2K18 rosters. Several current Superstars were also announced as part of the game on Wednesday, including Bobby Roode and Ember Moon, who are making their WWE video game debuts. The publication has also released a new batch of entrance videos in relation to the game, including Roode's glorious strut down the aisle. The Miz is among the WWE veterans who were revealed recently as WWE 2K18 roster members.
Along with the Intercontinental champion, big wrestlers such as Roman Reigns, AJ Styles, Brock Lesnar, Randy Orton, The Rock, Triple H, John Cena, Shinsuke Nakamura and Kurt Angle were announced, as reported by Comic Book. However, the women's division also got several additions like Sasha Banks, SmackDown Women's champion Natalya, Bayley and Becky Lynch.
These are only two sections of the roster. Hopefully, more big reveals could be seen in the coming two weeks, and more superstars, that haven't been seen in the ring for a while, could also make debut in WWE 2K18.
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