What the 16 WWE 2K14 Season Pass gets you

Hulk Hogan's moustache? Please?

Publisher 2K is going the Season Pass route with WWE 2K14 - its first stab at the IP since acquiring it from THQ earlier this year.

Said Pass will cost £15.99 and covers three-and-a-bit lumps of DLC, which cost £6.99 if bought separately.

It could go on forever.

The first lump, arriving November, includes a New World Order-themed extra wrestler pack (Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Macho Man Randy Savage, Syxx, Curt Hennig and Scott Steiner) and a cheaty Accelerator that unlocks everything in the game. That wrestler pack costs £6.99, and the Accelerator costs £1.59 (due out 1st November alongside the game). Wrestler The Giant - The Big Show, not Andre The Giant [thanks, The_B and kunadr] - is thrown in for free.

The second lump, arriving December, is the WWE Superstars and Moves Pack (£6.99). This has extra wrestlers Fandango, Big E Langston, Brie Bella and Nikki Bella, plus 30 new moves and taunts. The Pack costs £6.99. Valet-slash-Diva Summer Rae is thrown in for free.

The third lump, arriving January, has Jake 'The Snake' Roberts, and 'Ravishing' Rick Rude! Remember them? Bruno Sammartino and Dusty Rhodes are a part of the WWE Legends and Creations pack as well, as are 15 new Superstar customisation parts. Manager and wrestler Virgil is thrown in for free.

If you opt for the £15.99 Season Pass you get all the above, some online badges plus Scott Hall and Kevin Nash in The Outsiders garb.

WWE 2K14 arrives 1st November on PS3 and Xbox 360. It'll be interesting to see what impact 2K and its chequebook have had on the series - apparently developer Yuke's and WWE were both owed millions and millions of dollars by THQ.

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