WWE 2K15 Release Date, Roster, Rumors: Hell in a Cell ‘100%’ Accurate; 2015 Launch for PC Version?

Environments in WWE 2K15 will be like the real thing, and rumors of a PC release have surfaced.

In an IGN Twitter interview with WWE 2K15 executive producer Mark Little, a fan asked about the improvements that gamers will see in WWE 2K15, and whether there will be weapons.

To that, Little replied: “We are always looking for improvements in gameplay associated to specific matches like Cage and Hell in the Cell matches.

“This year is no different; you will notice right away that we put a lot of effort into making sure that environments are 100% accurate based on what happens in WWE.

“We have made a lot of adjustments to the rings, cages, barricades and announce table to make this a reality, and when you get inside the ring, you can tell the difference.

“All the improved authenticity and realism leads to a better overall experience in WWE 2K15.”

Visual Concepts is striving to make the game as authentic as possible, and has even “spent over 40 days in our state-of-the-art 2K Mocap studio and captured more than five times the number of animations than any previous year” in other to give gamers a more realistic game.

Little also promises that WWE 2K15 will offer the “best wrestling to date.”

Although WWE 2K15 is a console only game, Attack of the Fanboy has recently speculated that the game will see a PC release in 2015, citing a Korean Game Rating Boards list.

2K Games has not officially announce a PC release for the game.

The last time a WWE game made the PC, it was WWE Raw back in 2002, and it was only a port of the 2001 Xbox version.

WWE 2K15 will be out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 on October 28 in North America and October 31 internationally.

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