2K Games have invited a number of Youtubers to play “WWE 2K16,” prompting the users to record their gameplay sessions and post them on YouTube. The result has led to some fairly interesting videos that fans have been waiting for, including the first hour of “My Career” and a list of all the unlockable content in the game.

YouTuber CMPulS3, who stated that he played a near final build of the game and that it wasn’t the finished product yet, recorded the pre-release “My Career” gameplay video. This is the version of the game that other YouTubers played as well, so it seems like any noticeable glitch that appear won’t be in the final product.

According to Tech Times, the mode starts out with the player’s created character meeting with Jason Albert, who fans will remember as A-Train or Tensai, as he teaches players some of the new mechanics that will be in the game. Players will be able to try out the new mechanics during practice matches with Enzo Amore and Tyler Breeze.

Soon enough, the player’s character joins the NXT roster as the created character teams up with Baron Corbin against the team of Hideo Itami and NXT Champion Finn Balor. After the match, players will have their first interview with Renee Young, where they can select whether they’ll be a hero or a villain.

Afterwards, the choices made by the player is shown to have consequences, as Tyler Breeze wasn’t a fan of what the created character said. Breeze interferes in the player’s match and the player can react to it accordingly.

The video ends with a match against Breeze and the character moving up in the NXT title picture. While it’s not out yet, it’s clear that more thought and effort was put into this year’s “My Career” mode and it should be a better experience for wrestling fans.

This year’s unlockables are what most players expected, which included new superstars and alternate attires, but there are a few surprises in store. This Gen Gaming has confirmed that the 2001 versions of Kane, Triple H and Chris Jericho will be separate characters. There will also be four versions of Steve Austin, all of which are their own characters in the game, namely, Stone Cold from 1997 and 2003, Stunning Steve Austin from WCW and Superstar Steve Austin from ECW.

“WWE 2K16” comes out next week for PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360. Players who pre-order the game can play as the T-800 from the “Terminator” movies.

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WWE 2K16 First HOUR of MyCareer [FIXED AUDIO] (Credit: YouTube/CMPulS3)