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THQ just curbed our appetite for more WWE ’13 news. The game hasn’t even been released yet and we’ve already received information on their DLC packs. On October 30th, the day the game will body slam its way into stores and players can download the first batch of goodies for 80 Microsoft Points (the same as $0.99 USD for PS3). With this comes a few Attitude Era wrestlers including Rikishi, Val Venis and Gangrel. A feature named Accelerator Boost is available for 160 Microsoft Points ($1.99), allowing players to customize a WWE Superstar’s attributes and unlock all in-game items.

You want more? We’ve got another serving of extras right here. In December, you’ll get Undertaker’s “Ministry of Darkness” attire absolutely free. For a dollar, you can purchased a pack including the unstoppable monster Ryback, along with a host of foreign born superstars including Yoshi Tatsu, Natalya and Drew McIntyre. Chip in two more bucks and you get ten former championship titles. Many WCW and ECW belts are in the package. Wrestlers can be crowned ranging from WCW Cruiserweight Championship to those not even around during the league’s existence.

No room for dessert? Too bad. We’re going to stuff this down your throat! Coming in January 2013 are even more athletes and moves to choose from. You get another freebie with the availability of the lovely Layla. Also included are oldies, Brian Pillman and Chainsaw Charlie as well as Damien Sandow, the “Intellectual Savior of the Masses”. You’re welcome. Some new moves are available to use such as Chris Jericho’s Lionsault, Brock Lesnar’s Kimura Lock and The Hart Lock. All content can be purchased for the same prices as the previous downloads.

We aren’t done with you yet! If you know you’re going to get all those downloads, you should sign up for The WWE ’13 Fan Axxess Program. You’ll receive everything mentioned above plus an online badge and two new playable wrestlers — Diamond Dallas Page and Goldust. This updated bundle can be bought for 1600 Microsoft Points or $19.99 for PlayStation users. With this much content, the game could have easily been broken in two; the same thing that will happen to you if you don’t play it!