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'WWE Network' released on Xbox One prior to 'WWE 2K15'

Shield in 'WWE 2K14'
Shield in 'WWE 2K14'
Photo courtesy of 2K Games, used with permission

The upcoming "WWE 2K15" won't be the first wrestling related product to come out for the Xbox One. According to a report from Hardcore Gamer on April 29, the "WWE Network" has finally been released for the next-generation system. The application was previously made available for the PS3, PS4 and Xbox 360 consoles.

The "WWE Network" initially launched on earlier this year on Feb. 24 in the United States. The streaming service provides a 24-hour channel along with a vast library of contents from previous television shows and pay-per-view events for on-demand viewing. The monthly pay-per-view events are also included in the package, which is currently priced at $9.99 a month.

The "WWE Network" application may be implemented in the upcoming "WWE 2K15" as well. According to Gaming Root, the wrestling simulator apparently includes a feature similar to the "NBA Today" element from the "NBA 2K" series. As a result, this year's edition of the "WWE 2K" series may be able to keep up to date with the current storylines from the television shows. The wrestlers should received updated character models, moves and stats.

Earlier this year, Take-Two Interactive confirmed that "WWE 2K15" is coming to the PS4 and Xbox One. However, the parent company behind 2K Games, has not yet provide any other details including whether or not the upcoming title would be released on the PS3 and Xbox 360 as well. With E3 2014 coming up in June, fans may not have to wait too much longer to hear more information.

"WWE 2K15" is expected to come out for the two next-generation systems sometime later this autumn season. Visual Concepts and Yuke's, the development studios behind "WWE 2K14," are most likely returning to work on the upcoming title as well. You can find a screen showcasing last year's title from the official Twitter page of the wrestling game series, with the photo attached to the top of this article.