WWE 2K16's Soundtrack Features Marilyn Manson, MGK, Run DMC, No John Cena

Listen to the full list here.

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2K has revealed the soundtrack for this year's entry in its pro wrestling series, WWE 2K16.

It's a diverse list comprised of 12 songs, and unlike last year's game, John Cena doesn't appear to have had any hand in its curation (nor does it have any of his songs).

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Here's the list:

  • Billy Idol -- "Rebel Yell"
  • Diplo (feat. Faustix & Imanos and Kai) -- "Revolution"
  • Fashawn (feat. Nas & Aloe Blacc) -- "Something To Believe In"
  • Kid Ink -- "Hello World"
  • Marilyn Manson -- "Deep Six"
  • MGK (feat. Victoria Monet) -- "A Little More"
  • Run-DMC -- "It's Tricky"
  • Skid Row -- "Youth Gone Wild"
  • Twenty One Pilots -- "Heavydirtysoul"
  • Yelawolf -- "Till It's Gone" [Dan Heath Remix]
  • Zac Brown Band (feat. Chris Cornell) -- "Heavy Is The Head"
  • Zedd (feat. Logic and X-Ambassadors) -- "Transmission"

You can listen to all of this through iTunes or the Spotify playlist below (though you'll hear the original version of "Till It's Gone," not the remix). But be warned: some of the songs are not safe for work.

2K16 features the biggest roster in series history, with more than 120 playable wrestlers in all. That's almost twice the size of 2K15's roster, and 2K insists that 120-plus figure only counts unique wrestlers, and not multiple models for the same people. We don't yet know everyone who's in the game, but we've compiled a list of those we know so far--including Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator (if you preorder). Hulk Hogan is one you can definitely scratch from the list of possibilities.

2K16 is due out for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, and PS3 on October 27.

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