WWE 2K15 is a professional fighting game developed by Visual Concepts and Yuke's, published last year by 2K Sports for last-gen and next-gen consoles. PC gamers will be delighted to know that it is coming to PC very soon. The game's publisher announced today that it is going to be released this spring; we are unsure when exactly it is going to be released. There's no official word regarding a release date for the upcoming PC version of this game, however, 2K Sports did say that it was "only weeks away." Along with the mysterious release date, the requirements required to run the game have not been detailed as of yet. They also said that fans of the game can expect a "world-class gaming experience from the PC version of WWE 2K15, which will mirror its PlayStation 4 and Xbox One counterparts."

The PC version of the game is going to be exact to the console version, according to the article posted on WWE's website. The popular MyCareer and 2K Showcase modes are also going to be included in this version. For those who purchase a copy of the PC game on the day of release, expect to see two special editions of Sting and two of Hulk Hogan.

In addition to the game, downloadable content will be coming your way this spring too, perhaps shortly after WWE 2K15's release. This includes content like ArRIVAL packs, NXT and WCW, along with extra 2K Showcase modes like "One More Match," "Path of the Warrior" and "Hall of Pain." Moreover, there will be 36 extra characters, 4 new managers, 26 matches, 46 single player stories and more. This content will be available free of charge when it is released.

John Cena thinks this is a "pretty awesome deal," as he mentions that "one of the great bonuses of getting the game on PC is that you get nearly all of the downloadable content that was released after WWE 2K15 launched in October, for free, as part of the package." If you'd like to see some more detailed screenshots, check out the album below.

Update: WWE 2K15 will be available to purchase on April 28.