WWE 2K23 is gearing up to release its second major expansion pack later this week, with the likes of Tiffany Stretton, Carl Anderson and more joining the roster of playable characters.

Between April and August, Visual concepts plans to release a total of 5 DLC packs for WWE 2K23. All of them will have new wrestlers for fans to play as. These can be obtained by purchasing separately or by purchasing the WWE 2K23 Season Pass, which gives access to all 5 DLCs, the MyRISE mega-expansion with 200 additional attribute points, and a supercharger that unlocks all WWE Legends in the base game.

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For those looking to purchase the new DLC separately, the price will be $9.99 / £8.99. For season pass holders, all DLC packs will be available for free download upon release. If you can’t wait to jump into the next WWE 2K23 DLC pack, here’s everything you need to know.

WWE 2K23 Pretty Sweet DLC release date and time

WWE 2K23 Pretty Sweet DLC Pack will be released on Wednesday, May 17th at 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM EDT. While this release time has yet to be confirmed, this is when previous DLC packs went live on the PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store, and Steam. If Visual Concepts reveals a more accurate release time, we’ll update this article.

WWE 2K23 All DLC Wrestlers

Below you’ll find a full list of all the new wrestlers coming to WWE 2K23, along with the specific DLC pack they’ll be released with:

DLC 1: Steiner Row Pack

  • Scott Steiner
  • Rick Steiner
  • B-Fab
  • Top Dolla
  • Ashante Adonis

DLC 2: Pretty Sweet Pack

  • Karl Anderson
  • Luke Gallows
  • Tiffany Stretton
  • Elton Prince
  • Keith Wilson

DLC 3: Race to NXT Pack

  • Harley racing
  • Ivy Neal
  • Wendy Chu
  • Tony D’Angelo
  • Trick Williams

DLC 4: Revel with Wyatt Pack

  • Bray Wyatt
  • Zeus
  • Valhalla
  • Joe Gacy
  • Blair Davenport

DLC 5: Bad News U Pack

  • Eva Torres
  • Wade Barrett
  • Damon Kemp
  • Andre Chase
  • Nathan Fraser

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