WWE 2K15: Path Of The Warrior DLC Review

  • Publisher: 2K Games
  • MSRP: $9.99
  • Rated: T
  • Release Date: March 31st, 2015
  • Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360
  • Rating:  ★★★☆☆

WWE 2K15:  Path of the Warrior DLC Review

WWE 2K15 has seen it’s fair share of downloadable content. Today marks the release of the final piece, titled “Path Of A Warrior”. This last Showcase focuses entirely on The Ultimate Warrior and his legacy. This piece of content is not only a nod to his career, but a celebration as well. You’ll go through eight of his best/ most memorable matches.  Match listing as follows:

1.) Ultimate Warrior Vs. Honky Tonk Man for the Intercontinental Championship at Summer Slam 88

2.) Ultimate Warrior Vs. Andre The Giant at Saturday Night’s Main Event

3.) Ultimate Warrior Vs. Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania 6

4.) Ultimate Warrior Vs. Rick Rude at SummerSlam 1990 for the WWF Championship

5.) Ultimate Warrior Vs. Macho King Randy Savage at WrestleMania 7 in a Retirement Match

6.) Ultimate Warrior Vs. The Undertaker in a Body Bag Match

7.) Ultimate Warrior & Hulk Hogan Vs. Sgt. Slaughter, Col. Mustafa, & General Adnan at SummerSlam 91

8.) Ultimate Warrior Vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley at WrestleMania 12

With these 8 matches, you’ll take control of Warrior and see the outcome exactly as they happened in real life. With cut scenes and video packages keeping you in the moment, this feel almost like watching the real thing. You’ll unlock all who participated in the matches above as well as Bobby Heenan, Sensational Queen Sheri, Jimmy Hart, and Sid as managers.

The biggest compliment I can give is that the presentation is down pat. Howard Finkel is on the mic as he introduces Warrior and all of his opponents. The only thing that really threw me out of it was instead of ripping the audio from the live event, they chose to once again keep Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler as the play by play announcers.

Other than that little detail, I personally had a blast reliving the era I grew up short of seeing. If you’re still playing WWE 2K15 and are enjoying it, then this final piece of DLC is more than worth your time.

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