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WWE 2K14 will be getting a DLC in the next upcoming months that will introduce the "New World Order" to gamers who have been waiting for this moment for years.
The pack is called, "nWo and Accelerator," which will give gamers the characters of the nWo faction: Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Macho Man Randy Savage, Hollywood Hogan, and more. It will sell for $9 outside of the season pass. The "Accelerator" portion of the pack will unlock all of the items and customizable attributes.
The season pass will run $20 and will include the three upcoming expansion packs that will feature new characters, items, and moves.
In December, the "WWE Superstars and Moves Pack" will include wrestling stars the Bella Twins, Fandango with Summer Rae, and Big E Langston reports Gamespot. Also, included will be 30 more moves and taunts, and will run for $8 outside of the season pass.
The last pack, coming in the new year, "WWE Legends and Creations Pack" will include lots of Hall of Fame wrestlers such as Bruno Sammartino, Dusty Rhodes, Jake the Snake Roberts, and more. It will be $9 outside of the bundle, and also include the Custom Superstar Parts Pack, which will include 15 parts to customize characters.
The creators of the game also said they addressed the glitches and bugs in the pinning system from the previous game after listening to complaints from frustrated gamers.
"A lot of fans were upset about some bugs we had in the game, such as the pin sequences only showing two-counts in certain situations. Not having a two-count in a lot of situations will take away the drama in a match. Those are some of the bugs we wanted to make sure we addressed, and we've really improved the pin system as a whole. We kind of took it upon ourselves to re-do that system a bit, to make sure that you're getting a more accurate pin count, and that the window in which you need to kick-out of a pin was more representative of the prior move that your opponent did," said Cory Ledesma of 2K Sports.
The game launched on Oct. 29 in North America, and Nov.1 internationally.