Several Changes Made To WWE 2K23 Roster After Initial Announcement

Several Changes Made To WWE 2K23 Roster After Initial Announcement WWE/2K

Some changes have been made to the official WWE 2K23 roster list after it was initially announced a number of days ago.

Since the roster went up on the official WWE 2K23 website, some minor but notable adjustments and tweaks have been made.

Firstly, the members of Los Lotharios are now listed as just Angel and Humberto, as they are named officially in real-life WWE.

Previously, the 2K roster list had them down as Angel Garza and Humberto Carrillo, their previous full names before WWE changed them to singular names when they started teaming together.

Another change relates to the members of Maximum Male Models.

Previously, they were listed as MACE and Mansoor, the previous versions of their names, leading many to believe the game wasn’t going to include the updated Maximum Male Model versions.

However, those have now been updated to MA.CE and MAN.SOOR, which still isn’t exactly the same as the official spellings of ma.çé and mån.sôör, but does seem to confirm the updated versions.

Something else that’s been noticed is that Scarlett isn’t listed on the roster anymore, which means she’s likely only in the game as a manager rather than a playable wrestler.

And, in a change that was made very soon after the initial announcement and we’ve already covered on the site, but in case anyone didn’t notice, Johnny Gargano is now on the roster list despite not being on there originally.

We’ll let you know if any more changes emerge and of course we’ll keep you posted with any other news as the game approaches release in a month’s time. You can find the full updated WWE 2K23 roster list at this link.

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1 year ago by Liam Winnard



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