2K Sports recently released the PC version of WWE 2k16, but some gamers reported that they have been experiencing problems in the Future Stars DLC pack. To address the issue immediately, the game developer released a bunch of patches and updates.
Now, here's the latest round up of update about WWE 2k16 DLC release date, features and rumors.
Gamespot said there are corrupted files in the Future Stars DLC pack. The expansion pack was supposed to introduce new wrestlers such as Samoa Joe, Diego and Fernando of Los Matadores and Murphy, but it triggered game bugs. The pack became available earlier this year with a price tag of $8.
Tech websites said the problem with Future Stars DLC is that it resets the saved data of players to what it is before installing the patch and DLC. In addition, there also reports that the DLC causes problems in the Universe mode.
According to 2K Sports official post on 2k forums, they are aware that some gamers are experiencing problems after downloading the Future Stars Pack DLC. Initial findings suggest that the issue particularly affects PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version of the game.
2K Sports advised players to download and install the Patch 1.05 to fix the in-game issues. The developer assured that "Universe Mode saves will function normally," when players installed the patch.
The patch was released two months ago, so the game issues should be fixed by now.
Furthermore, the last DLC campaign of the WWE 2k16 -- the 2015 Hall of Fame Showcase Pack --- was released in mid-February. This latest expansion pack features numerous matches and game additions. It introduces new playable matches such as "Macho Man" Randy Savage vs. Jake "The Snake" Roberts; Rikishi vs. The Rock; Alundra Blayze vs. Paige; Larry Zbyszko vs. Arn Anderson and Tatsumi Fujinami vs. Ric Flair.
After the last DLC become available, 2k Sports released the PC version of WWE 2k16 earlier this month. The desktop version is also bundled with all of the previously released DLC. Looking further ahead, Wrestle Zone reported the game developer signed a new multi-year deal with WWE Inc. The report lead some fans to speculate that there will more wrestling simulation games in the next three or more years to come.
The renewed partnership between WWE and 2k Games will ensure the continuous improvement of the video game brand, said David Ismailer, 2K Games' Chief Operating Officer.
WWE 2k16 was released in October 2015 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360.