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WWE 2K14 Slams Out Season Pass Details

Posted on Monday, October 21 @ 14:17:42 PST by


WWE 2K14 is sprinting down the runway toward its October 29 release in little over a week's time, so it's exactly the right time to detail the game's DLC and Season Pass program. The Season Pass will cost $19.99, which will save you about 25% off all the slated content below when purchased individually. Doing so will also award you 10 exclusive options for online badges.

The Accelerator, which as in the past unlocks all the in-game items and customize individual WWE Superstar attributes, will be available on launch date at the cost $1.99, a shortcut that players who don't want to go through the game multiple times to unlock everything.

The first content pack, scheduled for November 13, will include seven nWo-themed Superstars, including Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Syxx, Curt Hennig, Scott Steiner, and The Giant. While The Giant will be free of charge, the other Superstars will be bundled together at the suggest purchase cost of $8.99.

Releasing in December 2013, the second content pack comes with a variety of extras, including WWE Superstars Fandango and Big E Langston; WWE Divas Brie Bella, Nikki Bella, and Summar Rae; and 30 maneuvers and taunts like the Black Widow and the Koji Clutch within the Moves Pack. Like the first content pack, Summar Rae won't cost a thing, whereas the WWE Superstars and Divas, along with the Moves Pack, will be available for $7.99.

Then one month later in January 2014, the third pack concentrates on more WWE Legendary Superstars and WWE Hall of Famers, including Bruno Sammartino, "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes, "Ravishing" Rick Rude, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, and WWE Manager Virgil (who will be free). The Custom Superstar Parts Pack will add 15 new Superstars parts. Both packs will cost $8.99.



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