2K actually improved the graphics. The lightning was fixed making the models look a lot better.
Speaking of models, I was shocked with most of the models this year, mainly with Randy Orton's and John Cena's and it's a shame the other superstars didn't have the same treatment.
Surprisingly, the gameplay was also improved. The attacks have been slowed down and new animations were added (Imagine the gameplay from WWE '13 mixed with WWE 2K14) making the matches more fluid and, therefore, more fun.
My first match (Cena vs Rollins (me))was an amazing 5 star match as it was with my match recently against Kane as Cena. This game is really more fun to play than 2K15
The crowd has also been improved. I can actually hear the crowd reacting to what is happening in the ring.
I have mixed feelings about the commentary. Although it has been vastly improved, I can still be annoyed sometimes by it (the annoying line "he's putting those educated feet to good use" is gone only to be replaced to "when he gets like this, there are a few better"). For some reason JBL isn't present in the game (as a commentator) which I personally don't mind since I didn't like it what I heard from him on the Current-Gen versions.
Not everything is good though. There are still some glitches (no camera cuts again!) but the fact is that I'm having more fun with this game that I had with 2K14 and 2K15.
Btw, custom entrance songs are back!
I recommend this game if you don't like the simulation style of the Current-Gen because in case you didn't know, you will be able to play the Last-Gen version on your Xbox One later this month thanks to the new retrocompatibily feature.
Edited by 35antonio, 05 November 2015 - 02:56 PM.