WWE 2K15 official gameplay trailer released

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With the release date of the game being pushed back as well as fans only previously being able to see short snippets of the game, the WWE 2K15 gameplay trailer has been released to the delight of the WWE Universe.

Picture perfect

If the graphics and detail on this trailer are anything to go by then the various playable modes and story lines in the game are set to be something extremely special.

Each wrestler on the trailer has been created so professionally that they look as life like as possible. From the sweat on Triple H's chest to the freckles on Sheamus' back, it is as if the viewer is watching a WWE show instead of playing a game.

This trailer has been very cleverly done in that it doesn't give much of the actual gameplay away yet shows the game to the best of its ability; it is sure to be a hit with so many WWE fans as with the other WWE games made by 2K Sports.

Amazing audio

Aside from the graphics, something which is also extremely impressive is the audio in the video. During Daniel Bryan's 'Yes!' chant, we are able to hear the synchronised chanting of the crowd in unison, with the sound identical to when we see Bryan come out for a match.

In addition, the trailer also makes it clear that several signature moves will be available to perform in the game, with Bray Wyatt's Spider Walk expertly designed right down to every follicle of hair in his beard.

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Also interesting to note is that Brock Lesnar is World Heavyweight Champion in the trailer, proving how up-to-date 2K Sports has been with the game, considering he only won the title a month ago.

Those eagerly awaiting the chance to play the game will have to wait slightly longer than first thought, with 2K announcing that WWE 2K15 will not be available for Xbox One until November 18th in North America and November 21st internationally.

The dates for the current consoles however remains unchanged as October 28th for North America and October 31st internationally.

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