WWE fans are getting another free fighter – find out which champ is entering the ring

A new champion wrestler will be added to the roster for all players in WWE 2K23.

Although the game has been down for a month already, fighters are still being added to improve the game’s playability.

Mia will be available for everyone to try.


Mia will be available for everyone to try.Credit: 2K

Surprisingly, a number of notable wrestlers were missing from the roster.

Many will come at a later date, with five new wrestlers being added each month through August.

As the title says, this is it WWE 2K Only wrestlers who are part of the WWE appear in the games.

It takes several months to create an in-game model for someone as they collect data to give the game a realistic feel.

This means that new or returning wrestlers who joined WWE towards the end of 2022 were not included in the roster.

One of them is Mia Yim, who joined Impact Wrestling in 2022 but returned to WWE before the end of the year.

Yim will be available as a fully playable character in the next patch, which is “coming soon”.

A tweet from the WWE 2K23 Official Account reads, “The Mia Yim will be a fully playable Superstar following the next patch update for WWE 2K23 coming soon!”

Gameplay Producer Bryan Williams announced that 2K plans to add new fighters from time to time.

This complements the paid DLC that comes out each month and these patched characters are available to all players.

Despite the recent release of WWE 2K23, it’s available at a discount on a number of platforms.

Most recently, PlayStation announced its Big games, big dealswhich includes the Deluxe Edition of WWE 2K23.

This pack contains all the fighters that will appear in the DLC and is available for £67.49 instead of £89.99 with a 25% discount.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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