Sep 23, 2015 07:21 AM EDT

‘WWE 2K16' To Include A Controversial Finishing Move, Classic Wrestling Matches

"WWE 2K16" is about to be released and the matches you can do are endless.

One of the most talked about storylines in WWE right now is the incoming "Hell In A Cell" match between The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar, garnering significant hype. With both having a victory against each other, the incoming extreme wrestling match between the two is widely anticipated.

The good news is, according to The Rem, you can recreate this awesome match in the incoming game, "WWE 2K16." No matter who you are rooting for between the two, beat up your opponent as much as you wan and for as long as you can.

But that's not the only legendary wrestling fight you can do. "WWE 2K16" also allows you to relive some of the classic matches that graced the history of WWE.

Among those is the Inferno Match between The Undertaker and Kane. Remember this epic match-up from the "Attitude Era?" You can now stop reminiscing and actually do it and maybe, have the match end your way.

The "WWE 2K16" is also about pushing boundaries. Apart from those epic match ups, Game Zone reported that Seth Rollin's banned finisher, the "Curb Stomp," is included for you to use in the game.

Fans may recall that WWE has stopped Seth Rollins from performing this otherwise controversial finishing move and replaced it with Rollin's own version of "The Pedigree." But with "WWE 2K16" including Rollin's unique and original finisher, the game now allows you to stomp your opponent's faces as much as you want.

Those who pre-order the "WWE 2K16" are also in for a treat because, according to Wrestle Zone, players will receive two additional playable characters to their roster. And those guys are none other than action star Arnold Schwarzenegger and WWE hall of famer Stone Cold Steve Austin.

Order now as the game is scheduled for release on October 27, 2015 in North America and October 30, 2015 internationally.

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