WWE 2K20’s first Originals DLC adds ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt
2K has announced that the first WWE 2K20 Originals Pack will introduce Bray Wyatt’s The Fiend as a playable character.
Originals were first mentioned when WWE 2K20 was announced earlier this month and are themed content packs that will introduce new realms for players to explore. The first of these packs will be Bump in the Night and includes new playable characters, new Towers, new arenas, and more.
At the center of Bump in the Night is a new 2K Showcase that follows Finn Bálor as he fights in a series of matches against Bray Wyatt’s family at his compound. This alternate “Swampfather” version of Wyatt is attempting to recruit Finn’s Demon persona into his family.
Also included are nine new horror-themed playable characters, two arenas (Wyatt Swamp Compound and Cemetery Brawl Arena), horror-themed creation parts, and several new 2K Towers. These new story-driven Towers include “Fed-Up” Sheamus taking on fellow Superstars who are now zombies and “Twisted” Nikki Cross playing a game with other Superstars. Take a look at the full list of Towers below:
- “The Fiend” – “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt stars in his own tower
- “All Fed Up” – “Fed-Up” Sheamus is forced to take on some of his former fellow Superstars, who have all become zombies
- “Nowhere to Run” – “Twisted” Nikki Cross looks to “play” with other Superstars in her own twisted game
- “One of the Family” – “The Swampfather” Bray Wyatt decides to bring on one of his past recruits. Can Daniel Bryan avoid becoming one of “The Swampfather’s” thralls?
- “Nowhere to Hide” – “Survivor” Mandy Rose has had enough of “Twisted” Nikki Cross and her games. She’s going to do what she can to put an end to the madness
Bump in the Night is priced at $14.99. However, players who preorder the game will be able to access this first DLC for free. The game’s Deluxe and Collector’s Editions include access to all four planned Original packs.
WWE 2K20 launches October 22nd for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
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