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New Entrances, New Screenshots, & Puff Daddy News For WWE 2K17


It's been a bit of a busy time of late in regards to some new things being shown off for WWE 2K17, with a couple of entrances, a bunch of screenshots, as well as news of Puff Daddy taking control of the soundtrack for the game in the last week or so. Not really being a big P Diddy fan in all honesty, I was a little more excited about things that would be more about the game and less about what song I would be listening to in the menus of the game when it releases this October. For those Diddy fans out there though here is the video on that news.
Like I said, over the weekend a ton of screenshots were released for the game, with some interesting additions to the roster this year now being confirmed. Now, I'm not going to share all of these in picture form as it would take me forever to do so, but the list of superstars revealed so far are as follows.

Week One Reveals:
Booker T, Brian Pillman, Chris Jericho, Diego, Erick Rowan, Fernando, Heath Slater, Jim Neidhart, Larry Zbyszko, R-Truth, The Ascension, The Bella Twins, The Usos, Ultimate Warrior, and The Vaudevillians.

Week Two Reveals:
Alicia Fox, Andre the Giant, Baron Corbin, Big E, Billy Gunn, Braun Strowman, Bret Hart, British Bulldog, Cesaro, Charlotte, Daniel Bryan, Edge, Finn B├ílor, Hideo Itami, Jake Roberts, Kalisto, Randy Orton, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, Sin Cara, The Rock, Triple H and Tyson Kidd.

Entrances & Screenshots:
Onto entrances, and the two we have so far are the ones you see below. One is for The Beast, Brock Lesnar, the other for Finn Balor. As for screenshots, here are just a few of them featuring the names released so far(see above). I will update this post when new names are revealed, so be sure to keep coming back over the coming weeks.



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