WWE 13 countdown to release draws closer
If the WWE 13 launch date is not marked down on your calendar, we suggest you make note of the upcoming wrestling game that is expected to be the best one ever. WWE 13 aims to build on last year’s popular entry with new improvements and an extensive roster, and we cannot hold our excitement as the countdown to its release draws closer.
Giving fans the opportunity to be on the front cover of a wrestling game is a dream come true to some and this can now be done with a little help the WWE Games Facebook page. In an article on Nintendo Life, they have details of how to become a superstar and appear on the cover of your highly anticipated wrestling game. On their Facebook site, they give fans the chance to appear on the cover art by taking a photograph from an existing Facebook gallery or a webcam. You can then edit it to your requirements and save it as your own special game cover.
Highlighting the steps involved Nintendo Life has a simple guide to assist users who want to be on the front cover of WWE 13, so, once you have edited it to your taste you can then print your newly designed cover and position it in your case. Adding to the hype surrounding this title, What Culture shows ten of the best screenshots that have been released up until now, with everything from Stone Cold Steve Austin and Mike Tyson to images of the Create An Arena mode and upcoming DLC.
As far as DLC is concerned, news of exciting Attitude-filled downloadable content is documented on Gadget Helpline, as they inform us about the latest reveal by THQ that involves DLC packages for Xbox LIVE and the PSN. It seems that plenty of added content will be on offer, which will include current and Attitude Era superstars, although they do mention some extra goodies will not be available for those who buy the packs separately. Highlighting the dates and price of three content groups the individual packs are also priced, yet a Fan Axxess Program is available for pre-order at 1600 Microsoft Points or £11.99.
In last weeks post, we spoke about the chance to play WWE 13 two weeks early in Best Buy stores at demo stations setup across the country, although the locations are limited in comparison to the amount of fans out there. This is where we feel a demo of the game would have probably been ideal for a larger audience if it were made available through PSN and Xbox Live. Are you hyped up enough for the eagerly anticipated WWE 13?
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