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WWE 2K17 Future Stars Pack: Superstars That Should Have Been In The DLC Pack

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The WWE 2K17 Future Stars Pack still isn’t available, leaving fans wondering when the DLC will be available. While pondering, fans have looked at the superstars and felt like some of them could be replaced by different wrestlers. It’s not that the superstars aren’t talented, it’s just that some of them should have already been in the game.

It’s understandable for characters like Anderson and Gallows to be DLC, since they came after WrestleMania. However, characters like Tye Dillinger and Mojo Rawley have been around for years and should have been in the game. Without further ado, here are some characters that should have been put in the DLC pack.

#DIY (Johnny Gargano and Tomasso Ciampa)

Two bright stars from NXT, Ciampa and Gargano would have been great to see in the game. When fans didn’t see them in the game, many assumed that they would be in the WWE 2K17 Future Stars Pack. Sadly, that wasn’t the case and players have to settle for some really good CAWs.

It’s a shame, since a bunch of their moves are in the New Moves Pack, so they could have been DLC. To be fair, when the game was in development, it wasn’t clear if #DIY would have a great future. Now they do and should be in the next game.

The Cruiserweights

TJ Perkins, Brian Kendrick, Cedric Alexander, Rich Swann, all of them would have been great as DLC. While they did debut a bit late on Raw, the hype of the CWC should have compelled 2K or WWE to put them in the game. That will likely change in this year’s game, but they could have been in this one.

Bobby Roode

The Glorious one is a superstar many were hoping to see in the WWE 2K17 Future Stars Pack. Known for his work in TNA, he has done a great job being the biggest heel in NXT right now. Yes, he might have debuted too late to appear in the game, but Samoa Joe debuted late last year and still made it.

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