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The NXT Stars Pack For ‘WWE 2K18’ Is Finally Here


WWE 2K18 was released in October with a roster of 172 names that wrestling fans can use to play the game. If there’s one thing we know about wrestling fans, it’s that they are never satisfied. They want more names, because they want to take different wrestlers to the promised land, and we’re not just talking about created superstars like Fancy Dad and Snake God either.

In a previous update about the game, we noted that there would be several downloadable content (or DLC) bundles that would be added to the game including some members of the NXT roster. An update from 2K Games let us know that the NXT Generation Pack is now available.

2K today announced the WWE 2K18 “NXT Generation Pack” is now available as downloadable content for PS4™ system, Xbox One and Windows PC, enabling access to playable NXT Superstars Aleister Black, Drew McIntyre, Elias, Lars Sullivan and Ruby Riot.

The pack will include:

NXT Generation Pack (PS4™ system, Xbox One and Windows PC)
Playable NXT Superstars: Aleister Black, Drew McIntyre, Elias, Lars Sullivan and Ruby Riot;
The NXT Generation Pack is available for $9.99.

It should be noted that the current NXT Champion Andrade “Cien” Almas, who beat Drew McIntyre for the NXT Championship at this past Saturday’s Takeover event, is still not a part of the game.

That’s an interesting foursome right there. Elias has been on Raw for most of this year and is struggling to get over to that next level, but he sure does like to play his guitar. Drew McIntyre had a really good run in NXT this year although now he’s dealing with a biceps injury that may need surgery. Ruby Riot is trying to break through the pack in NXT’s tough women’s division. Lars Sullivan is clearly a star on the rise that will continue to be featured more in NXT in the weeks and months to come.

For more information on WWE 2K18 and 2K, visit wwe.2k.com, become a fan on Facebook, follow the game on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtags #WWE2K18 and #BLN1 or subscribe on YouTube.

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