WWE 2K18 Update V1.05 Incl DLC-CODEX Skidrow Reloaded: Everything You Need to Know
WWE 2K18 is a professional wrestling video game developed by Yuke's and Visual Concepts, and published by 2K Sports. It is the nineteenth installment in the WWE game series and the sequel to WWE 2K17. It was released worldwide on October 17, 2017 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
On December 12, 2017, CODEX released an update for WWE 2K18 that includes the following DLC:
WWE 2K18 - Kurt Angle Pack
WWE 2K18 - Cena (Nuff) Pack
WWE 2K18 - Accelerator
WWE 2K18 - MyPlayer Kick Start
WWE 2K18 - Enduring Icons Pack
The update also fixes some bugs and improves the game performance. For a list of changes, you can read the patchnotes.txt file included in the update[^1^].
To install the update, you need to follow these steps:
Extract the files from the archive using WinRAR or 7-Zip.
Run setup.exe and install the update to your game directory.
Copy the files from the CODEX folder to your game directory, replacing the existing ones.
Play the game and enjoy!
Note: You need to have WWE 2K18 installed on your PC before applying this update. You also need to have all the previous updates installed. This update is compatible with the following releases:
If you have any problems with the update, you can check out this video tutorial by WhiteStone Game[^2^] or visit the official Skidrow Reloaded website[^4^] for more information and support.WWE 2K18 is not without its flaws, however. The game suffers from a number of technical issues that mar the overall experience. From frame rate drops and glitches to unresponsive controls and poor AI, WWE 2K18 can be frustrating to play at times. Some of these problems have been present for years, and it's disappointing to see them persist in the latest iteration.
The game also lacks innovation in some of its modes and features. MyCareer mode, which lets you create your own Superstar and guide them through their WWE journey, is still a tedious and repetitive affair that forces you to sit through long loading screens and bland backstage segments. The voice acting is wooden, the writing is clichÃd, and the progression system is slow and unrewarding. Road to Glory, a new online mode that ties into MyCareer, fares slightly better by letting you compete against other players for a chance to participate in pay-per-view events, but it's not enough to save the mode from mediocrity.
Universe mode, which lets you customize your own WWE shows and rivalries, also feels largely unchanged from last year. While there are some new cutscenes and options to make your shows more dynamic, the mode still lacks depth and variety. The rivalries are often dull and predictable, and the cutscenes are repeated too often. Universe mode has a lot of potential, but it needs more attention and polish to realize it.
WWE 2K18 is a mixed bag that offers a lot of quantity, but not enough quality. The game looks and sounds great, and the core wrestling gameplay is still fun and engaging. The roster is huge and diverse, and the creation suite is robust and intuitive. However, the game is also plagued by technical issues and stale modes that prevent it from reaching its full potential. WWE 2K18 is a decent wrestling game for fans of the sport, but it's not the champion it could have been. 061ffe29dd