WWE 2K19 DLC Contains Several Signature Moves To Enhance Gaming Experience

WWE 2K19 has been well-received by most, with many calling the video-game the best since WWE 2K14-a game that 2K themselves didn’t have much control over as they acquired the WWE game license when THQ filed for bankruptcy.

The next DLC has now been confirmed as the “New Moves Pack” and is scheduled for release on December 18- just a few short days away. The pack is free for those who purchased season passes, though others can buy the pack for $3.99.

Here is a list of all the moves in the pack, according to 2K themselves:

  • Springboard Stunner 3
  • Exploder Suplex 10
  • Wonderful 4
  • Assisted Twist of Fate
  • Avalanche/Side Effect Combo
  • Running Senton/Leg Drop Combo
  • Claymore/Zig Zag Combo
  • Matt Hardy 6
  • Diving Moonsault 5
  • Shooting Star 4
  • Inverted Phoenix Splash
  • Double Rotation Moonsault
  • Springboard Corkscrew Moonsault
  • Springboard Shooting Star
  • Tombstone Piledriver 3
  • Hammerlock DDT 3
  • Rope Hung Lungblower
  • Middle Rope BME
  • Springboard Sling Blade
  • Spinning Handstand
  • Springboard Superkick
  • Springboard Spanish Fly
  • Spinning Brainbuster
  • Discus Clothesline 4
  • Suplex Piledriver 2
  • F-5 4
  • Elevated Flatliner
  • Fisherman Driver 3
  • Wheelbarrow Leg Drop
  • Best Kept Secret
  • Deadlift Yokosuka Cutter
  • Murphy’s Law
  • Slingshot X-Factor
  • Inverted Atomic Drop/Leg Drop Combo
  • Powerslam/Headbutt Combo
  • Electric Chair/Bulldog Combo
  • Time Bomb
  • Avalanche Powerbomb
  • Pop-Up Hurricanrana
  • Dragon Twist Cutter
  • Handspring Back Elbow/450 Splash
  • Deadlift Powerbomb 2
  • Half & Half Suplex 3
  • Inverted Olympic Slam
  • Rainbow Cutter
  • Deadlift Apron Suplex
  • Spiral Tap
  • Hip Toss Chokeslam
  • Springboard Feint
  • Air Raid Crash Neckbreaker 4
  • Pumphandle X-Factor
  • Stormbreaker
  • Torture Rack Back Stabber 2
  • Half Nelson Uranage
  • Knee Strike/Moonsault Combo
  • Strike Blitz/Mushroom Stomp Combo

2K add that there will be more moves, though they did not go into further detail. However, they did showcase a few screenshots showing the moves in action. We’ve provided them below for you. The names of each move are listed in the top left-hand corners of each image.

If you’d like to see an animated version of one of the moves, the 2K19 Twitter account tweeted out the animated version of Finn Balor’s Springboard Swingblade.

To reiterate, the DLC pack will be released on December 18. For those who want to play with the new moves, you will be able to download in just a few days.

Will you use this new DLC? What characters have you enjoyed using the most for this game? Let us know your thoughts, opinions, and reactions in those comments below.

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