Make an awesome wrestler in WWE 2K15!

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WWE 2K15 boasts a ton of features, some of which include a robust character editor where you can make your own wrestler and even entrance video with music! But how do you go about making a character that tickles your fancy? Prima Games has a guide to sorting out the best character you can. It won't take long to check out, and then you can go right back to busting heads. Just make sure you pick the best wrestler you can if you don't make your own!

Create-a-Wrestler Tips for WWE 2K15

General Appearance – Be a Freak (Or Don't) When it comes to designing your character, there are four key areas you can mess around with – Face, Body, Clothing and Clothing Template.

Face pretty much speaks for itself, as you can tweak your character's facial features using adjustment sliders, which let you bulk it up or keep it as simple as possible. You can also map your own face onto your wrestler if you have access to a Kinect or a PlayStation Eye camera, though it can take a little while to get the look just right. If you don't want to mess with that, make manual adjustments. It'll go a lot quicker – and you just might create someone that looks even better.

After you get done with the face, you'll move on to Body. Here, you can make your wrestler as short or as tall as you like, whether you prefer a hulking beast like Brock Lesnar or a smaller-in-stature superstar like Rey Mysterio. Remember, the bigger your wrestler is, the slower he or she will move, but the more strength they'll be able to pack on. To begin with, we suggest building someone from a medium size, so you have the best of both worlds and can go from there. If you prefer, though, go ahead and create a strong man – someone needs to bring down Kane, right?

Next up is Clothing and Clothing Template. With Clothing, several outfits are available to choose from, but it's the Template that enables you to customize your own logos and put them wherever you please – even if you wish to apply them to your own body as a ego booster. Here, you can dress up like a clown – or a straightforward superstar, if you prefer – and then make adjustments to your outfit. It doesn't really matter how you dress, as that won't affect things too much. Try to go for something memorable, but not outrageous – the game doesn't have fashion police, but that doesn't mean someone won't call you out for being ugly.




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