WWE 2K16 Is Now Available On Steam, Gets PC Launch Trailer

2K Games has announced that WWE 2K16 is now available on Steam. The PC version of WWE 2K16 is based on the current-gen version and features everything that was found on PS4/Xbox One, including the largest roster in franchise history of more than 120 playable characters, two playable versions of 2015 WWE Hall of Fame inductee and global action film icon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the story-driven 2K Showcase featuring WWE Hall of Famer and WWE 2K16 cover Superstar, Stone Cold Steve Austin.

In addition, WWE 2K16 provides consumers with all of the game’s previously released downloadable content for Windows PC, including new playable characters, moves and story-driven content, at no additional cost.

Moreover, it was confirmed that WWE 2K16 will allow mods.

WWE Superstar Seth Rollins said:

“I’m a bit of a WWE historian myself, and one of the things I’m most excited about is being able to play as the past, present and future of WWE. Every year, the WWE 2K franchise gives a sample of that through downloadable content, whether it’s great WWE Legends and rivalries of the past or the latest additions to the NXT roster. If you buy WWE 2K16 on PC though, you get all of that awesome DLC content included free of charge. Yeah, you read that correctly: the DLC is free.”

Greg Thomas, President at Visual Concepts, added:

“We are always looking to expand WWE 2K’s offerings on additional platforms and were encouraged by last year’s PC franchise debut. WWE 2K16’s power-packed features and free downloadable content are a great combination for the PC platform and help us reach even more WWE 2K fans around the world.”

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