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WWE 2K15 roster gets two characters on PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360

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Two more wrestlers have confirmed their appearance in the upcoming cross-generation video game, "WWE 2K15." According to a report from Attack of the Fanboy on July 19, both Shawn Michaels and Xavier Woods have stated that they will be added to the roster. The former is heavily recognized as one of the greatest in-ring performers in the history of the wrestling. In addition to his ring name, he also earned several nickname accolades over the years such as The Main Event, The Show Stopper, Mr. Wrestlemania and Mr. Hall of Fame.

Although he retired after WrestleMania 26, Shawn Michaels has been a regular contributor to the company in other areas. He is also a close friend with Paul Levesque, who is better known as Triple H. Together, they formed the revolutionary D- Generation X group that became extremely popular during the Attitude Era.

Xavier Woods does not nearly have the same accomplishments as Shawn Michaels. The newcomer was recently brought up from NXT, the developmental program of the WWE used to train new performers. He did win the 2K Sports championship in "WWE 2K14," however, by beating out other wrestlers on the roster in a gaming competition.

Aside from the two latest reveals, 2K Sports announced that Bray Wyatt, Cesaro, Darren Young, Hulk Hogan and John Cena will be included in "WWE 2K15" as well. The biggest additions are based on Sting, however. The legendary wrestler is going to be appearing in the video game series for the first time as customers who pre-order the product is going to get two versions of the playable character.

Although "WWE 2K15" will be released on Oct. 28, the publisher has not shown any real-time videos of the upcoming software product. On the other hand, the company promised that the presentation side will be vastly improved with better animations, commentary and character models. The PS4 box art for the video game can be seen near the top of this article (via the official Twitter of WWE Games).

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