WWE2K15

2K have released a brand new chunk of single-player DLC for WWE 2K15.

Extending the game’s 2K Showcase mode with an extra nine matches interlinked with real footage and cut-scenes, the ‘Hall of Pain’ DLC pack allows players to embark on Mark Henry’s path of destruction as he ran roughshod over the WWE roster just a couple of years ago.

Furthermore, the Hall of Pain content also includes three additional arenas to scrap about in too.

We have the full press release and the trailer for the new content below; check it out.

PRESS RELEASE – 2K Announces Availability of New WWE® 2K15

Downloadable Content for 2K Showcase*

Story-driven content chronicles the history of WWE Superstar Mark Henry®,

including eight notable opponents across nine matches in his storied career 

Windsor, UK – February 17, 20152K today announced availability of new downloadable content for WWE® 2K15, the latest release in the flagship WWE video game franchise. 2K Showcase: Hall of Pain highlights WWE Superstar Mark Henry®’s rise to dominance from 2011-2013, including high profile matches against Kane® and The Great Khali®, a broken ring during a match with Big Show® at Vengeance in 2011 and a victory over Randy Orton® at Night of Champions in 2011 to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. The downloadable content offering** via Xbox Live online entertainment network from Microsoft for Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system and Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft, as well as PlayStation®Network for the PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment systems, includes the following items:

2K Showcase: Hall of Pain

  • Story focused on top matches for WWE Superstar Mark Henry;
  • Playable WWE Superstars (2011 versions): Mark Henry, Big Show, Kane®, Jey Uso®, Jimmy Uso®, Sheamus®, The Great Khali®, Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan® and Ryback®;
  • Playable arenas: SmackDown® (2011), Vengeance (2011) and WrestleMania 29;
  • 2K Showcase: Hall of Pain is available from today, as well as through the Season Pass program.

 

Developed collaboratively by Yuke’s and Visual Concepts, a 2K studio, WWE 2K15 is rated T for Teen by the ESRB and available now for PlayStation®4 system, Xbox One, PlayStation®3 system and Xbox 360. For more information on WWE 2K15 and 2K, visit wwe.2k.com, become a fan onFacebook, follow the game on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtags #WWE2K15 and #FEELIT or subscribe to WWE 2K on YouTube.

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