Several wrestlers that have worked for TNA and are on the independent scene are now doing mo-cap work for WWE 2K17. This is a sign that 2K Games are adding some more moves into this year's game.
As reported by LordsofPain, Kenny King, TJ Perkins and Low Ki were at 2K Games' studios this week to start working on WWE 2K17. They were responsible for doing the motion capture performances. Low Ki also did work on WWE 2K16 and other previous WWE video games.
2K Games usually has to employ outside wrestlers to do the motion capture work since the current WWE and NXT rosters are too busy on the road. Only a handful of actual WWE wrestlers havd done motion capture work in the past. Cesaro, Finn Balor and Damian Sandow come to mind.
WWE 2K17 will be out later this year. It's too early to tell what features will be in the game though. We do know that Joey Styles and Jim Ross are interested to come back to be commentators. Both men were a part of WWE 2K16.