WWE 2K17 DLC Update: NXT Enhancement Pack Now Available; Legacy Pack Coming Soon

Shinsuke Nakamura, the King of Strong Style, is now available to download. 2K Games has finally rolled out the WWE 2K17 NXT Enhancement Pack today, which gives players access to Apollo Crews and Nia Jax along with Nakamura.

Aside from the superstars mentioned above, the NXT Enhancement Pack also provides a 50 percent boost in points. However, this only applies to points acquired while competing at NXT during MyCareer.

Interested buyers can purchase the WWE 2K17 DLC for $9.99 at Xbox Live and PlayStation Store. They should note, though, that the NXT Enhancement Pack is only available to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners. So PS3 and Xbox 360 owners may feel a little left out.

To gain access to Nakamura, Jax and Crews, there is the NXT Legacy Pack that brings these three to the last-gen consoles. It only costs $4.99, but it does not include the points boost. Nevertheless, it is a good enough compromise for those who still play on the old platforms.

Meanwhile, the WWE 2K17 Legends Pack was also released, but only momentarily. It seems to be an accident as the original release date of the DLC is Nov. 22. A few have been able to download it before it disappeared in Microsoft's and Sony's stores.

The $8.99 DLC includes Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake, Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, Eddie Guerrero, Sycho Sid and Tatanka. Those who have been able to download it still has access to these superstars as of this writing. It is unknown if they will be locked out until the intended launch.

WWE 2K17 fans who would most likely purchase all DLCs and upcoming ones may as well buy the Season Pass for $29.99. Buying all packs one by one would end up costing more and judging from previous titles and their extra content, almost all DLCs are worth the buy. The title is also getting a huge discount in the upcoming Black Friday 2016 holiday courtesy of Walmart and other retailers.

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