It’s been said many times: the WWE 2K17 Future Stars Pack is highly anticipated by many WWE fans. Characters that have never been in a WWE game will finally be playable in all of their HD glory. Another thing to look forward to – aside from the entrances – are the new moves that some of the stars will have.
Admittedly, the pack won’t be as diverse as the New Moves Pack, but it should still be interesting. Some of the superstars included in the Future Stars Pack have some fairly interesting moves to use. There is a reason why these superstars are favorites in the eyes of the WWE Universe.
One of Karl Anderson’s coolest moves should be in the WWE 2K17 Future Stars Pack. It’s similar to Daniel Bryan’s finisher, but with a Big Boot instead of a Running Knee. This is also a move that TNA superstar Drew Galloway uses, so it can be equipped to his CAW.
The Club (Anderson and Gallows) has one of the best Tag Team Finishers in the game. While it is technically in the game as a standing Tag Team Grapple, it can’t be equipped as a finisher. We will definitely see it in the game and fans of their independent work will definitely use them a lot.
Boot Of Doom
This is another great Tag Team move from The Club. Luke Gallows carries his opponent in a Fireman’s Varry, while Anderson nails the opponent’s head with a Rocket Kick. Once the kick has connected, Gallows hits the opponent with a Flapjack.
The Tag Team finisher of the Hype Bros (Zack Ryder and Mojo Rawley) is a pretty cool move. While the team itself hasn’t been too impressive, it has won a number of times with this cool move. Fans should also get a kick out of their Tag Team entrance in the game.
No release date for the WWE 2K17 Future Stars Pack has been revealed as of this writing. Players can get all of the DLC by purchasing the US$29.99 season pass. Only the Goldberg and NXT packs aren’t available with the pass.