Delay for Xbox One/PS4 Versions of WWE 2K15

Current-generation versions arriving November 18, while Xbox 360 and PS3 versions still scheduled for October 28.

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2K Sports announced today that the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of WWE 2K15 will not be released on October 28 as previously scheduled. Instead, the current-generation versions will launch three weeks later on November 18. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions are still on schedule.

Why the delay? The game's developer wasn't forthcoming with answers, though it promised that the additional development time would bring its own benefits.

"Visual Concepts and Yuke's are committed to delivering the most authentic and action-packed WWE experience to date, including release for the very first time on next-generation consoles," said Visual Concepts president Greg Thomas in a statement.

"The additional development time enables our talented teams to ensure the WWE 2K15 next-gen experience fully meets our expectations."

In other WWE 2K15 news, we recently learned that legal discussions were underway regarding CM Punk's inclusion in the game, though no lawsuits are expected. You can also see the 60-fighter roster for WWE 2K15 right here.

For more on WWE 2K15, which features John Cena on its cover, check out GameSpot's previous coverage. You can also see some of our favorite images from the game in the gallery below.

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