WWE 2K15 Vs 2K14 graphics for John Cena

We have a real treat for wrestling fans now, as it looks like 2K are now ready to show off proper footage of the game. As a result, we now have the first WWE 2K14 in-game screenshot to show you and a great heads-up with regards to a WWE 2K15 Vs 2K14 graphics comparison with John Cena.

If you don’t know already, John Cena is the main WWE 2K15 cover star, taking over from The Rock who had the honor for WWE 2K14. The game is due out this October and we’ve already told you that this year, the graphics will be a lot better as not only is it the first WWE game on next-gen, but it’s also the first WWE game that will use the same graphics technology as 2K’s NBA 2K series of games.

It means that fans can expect to see a greater level of detail in terms of facial features and now we can give you a good example of what we mean with the first look at John Cena in game.

Directly below this post is the official image that 2K has shared, showing John Cena in a trademark pose – these are all in-game graphics. Just to give you an idea of how much added quality there is compared to 2K14, we have compiled a series of comparison images to show you – taking a look at John Cena in 2K14.



As you can see from the images, there is a huge difference in facial quality and obviously John Cena is looking very impressive in the ring – from a graphics point of view of course.

We have been waiting to see this kind of graphical benchmark for WWE games for a long time so hopefully this is a good indication of the realism that we can expect to see moving forward with 2K in charge rather than THQ.

Are you impressed by John Cena’s facial features here? Just imagine when the next batch of screenshots emerge showing the likes of Macho Man Randy Savage, Sting, Ultimate Warrior and Hulk Hogan in next-gen quality.

Take a good look at the differences and let us know what you think. Don’t forget to check out a rumored leaked WWE 2K15 roster and also a date for the official WWE 2K15 roster reveal.



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