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Gameplay updates that could make 'WWE 2K15' shine

With the features of "WWE 2K15" still unknown to the media and gamers alike, here's a few cool features that could make the game truly shine.

Gameplay updates that could make 'WWE 2K15' shine
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DLC Run-Ins: This has to be explained. The creation of the WWE Network has allowed fans to connect with stars they never knew existed. While the unannounced roster is sure to be larger than ever, why not have "surprise" characters just pop up in gameplay? What would be cooler than having to DL an update and then play an exhibition match, or even something more specific- and have someone new appear in the game to kick your rear?

Here's an example:

Let's just say you wrestle a match between retro Sting and old-school Hogan and Lex Luger hits the ring, just like he did for the first Monday Nitro? Little Easter eggs like that could recreate the unpredictability of pro wrestling better than any wrestling game ever has before.

Create Your Own Entrance Video: Using the PlayStation 4 camera or footage from the WWE Network, gamers can make their own entrance videos for their created stars. Just like the create-a-wrestler option has opened a slew of gameplay opportunities, this could too. Plus, it could be fun.

Incorporate Rare Titles: This would help with the nostalgia for the game, but could you imagine defending the old NWA three-man tag titles or the Florida Championship Wrestling 15-minute Iron Man title, online? Insane would be the right word.

Constant Updates: Just like the "NBA 2K" series is wonderfully updated, why can't 2K keep the titles and factions fresh, as well as the move sets? Sure, it would require more work, but why the hell not? A ticker revealing updates from RAW, Smackdown and NXT would be cool too.

“WWE 2K15” is set for a October 28 release in North America and will ship on October 31 internationally.

So what do you think of our gameplay suggestions? Sound off in the comments section below and let us know.