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8. Highlight Reel
Highlight Reel was a mode where you could record matches you had and then take the footage and essentially make a highlight reel with it. You then could add the highlight that you made and add it as your custom titantron entrance video for your created wrestler. This could only help WWE 2K15 expand their creation suite as noted before and add even more of a personal touch to your created wrestler.
In today’s gaming industry it is easy to believe that 2K could implement a tool that would allow gamers to create their own highlights to show off to other players and share it on social media for the whole world to see. Add that with a section using those same highlights to use as that custom wrestlers entrance video and that is something the online creation community would go crazy for. This would be another part of the game players could share and download creations from other players to use in their own game.
WWE 2K15 could add this tool to its arsenal equipped with graphics and effects to make the every highlight reel stand out from the rest. There is no denying the positive impact that this mode would have in WWE 2K15.
7. Double KO’s
If you are a fan of WWE than you have most likely seen the sum of two wrestlers hit the mat and the referee then starts a ten count while both wrestlers are struggling to make it back to their feet. Both superstars tired and reaching for the ropes for assistance getting back up, meanwhile, if the ref gets to ten before either of them can get up the match results in a Double KO.
As 2K has shown in the early stages of WWE 2K15, emulating what you see on WWE programming, they are making this to be the most realistic game to date. In a leaked video of the game it was shown that a superstar in the game crawled to the ropes and pulled himself back to his feet, so it is not that far-fetched to call for this feature to be implemented back into the game.
Double KO’s would make perfect sense to bring back to the franchise. Both wrestlers are run down from the match at hand, one hits the other with their finisher but neither of them can make it back to their feet right away so the referee starts the ten count. This addition would add the realism to the game along with the added importance of managing your stamina, so if you were the wrestler that landed their finisher you could crawl your way over for the pin instead of being exhausted flat on the mat.