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'WWE 2K15' roster list for PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360 discussed by dev

'WWE 2K15'
Photo courtesy of 2K Games, used with permission

Jared Rea has made a quick comment in regards to the rumored roster for "WWE 2K15" on the PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360. According to a report from Attack of the Fan Boy on July 29, the community manager behind the project debunked the list, which was apparently posted by a Game Informer reader. He used an infamous animated picture of Dean Ambrose, one of the main stars of the wrestling company, to swiftly discredit the rumor.

Although the video game is coming out is three months, no in-game footage has been shown so far for this year's version, which will be the first game to be developed for the two next-generation systems. The development teams did state that several improvements have been made on the visual side as the studios used new scanning and motion capture technologies in an attempt to make the game look more realistic to players. Jerry Lawler and Michael Cole also recorded lines together so that the conversation in matches sound less robotic.

The aforementioned Dean Ambrose has not yet been officially announced as a playable character in "WWE 2K15." However, his inclusion will most likely happen considering that he is one of the rising stars of the WWE. He also appeared in last year's game, "WWE 2K14," as part of a member (along with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins) from the now defunct Shield group. 2K Games recently announced that a special event is going to take place on Aug. 16 to officially unveil the complete roster in a Summerslam panel being hosted by Steve Austin.

The "WWE 2K15" release date has been set to Oct. 28 in North America and Oct. 31 in European regions. Visual Concepts will be teaming up with Yukes once again in the development of the cross-generation video game. The cover for the PS4 version from the official WWE Games Twitter website can be seen near the top of this article.