What Comes In WWE 2K18’s Season Pass Detail


WWE 2K18’s Season Pass


2K announced today details regarding what fans can expect to get as part of the WWE 2K18 season pass, priced at £24.99/$29.99 USD. While no specific release dates for the content have been announced, some will be available in late 2017 and rest will arrive in early 2018.

Five themed DLC packs are scheduled to arrive throughout late 2017 and early 2018, and they introduce many new and iconic wrestlers to the game. The Enduring Icons Pack adds WWE Legends The Hardy Boyz, Beth Phoenix, and the Rock ‘n’ Roll Express, while the NXT Generation Pack brings Aleister Black, Drew McIntyre, Elias, and other NXT stars to the roster. You can find the price and contents of each pack, with 2K’s descriptions, below.

OFFICIAL : WWE 2K18 Season Pass

Accelerator Pack — $5

  • Players will gain access to all unlockable content available at launch in the game’s VC Purchasable section (excluding downloadable content)
  • Players can also decide the overall rankings and attribute levels for all playable characters throughout the life of the product

Enduring Icons Pack — $10

  • The Hardy Boyz
  • Beth Phoenix
  • The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express

MyPlayer Kick Start Pack — $10

  • Players will gain access to unlock and boost MyPlayer ratings and attributes made available at launch as part of the game’s MyCareer mode
  • Players can also unlock all clothing made available at launch that provides attribute boosts in MyCareer

New Moves Pack — $4

  • Tie Breaker
  • Crash Landing
  • Pumphandle Death Valley Driver
  • Swinging Sleeper Slam

NXT Generation Pack — $10

  • Aleister Black
  • Drew McIntyre
  • Elias
  • Lars Sullivan
  • Ruby Riot

About the WWE 2K18 Season Pass

Players may purchase select WWE 2K18 downloadable content at a reduced price point through the game’s Season Pass for $29.99.



Enduring Icons Pack


MyPlayer Kick Start


New Moves Pack


NXT Generation Pack

It’s a little unfortunate that gamers still have to pay to be able to edit the ratings of the Superstars in the game, which is a much different concept than buying virtual currency to upgrade a MyPlayer in NBA 2K, but it’s just another sign that the gaming world is changing.

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