WWE 2K22 DLC: Stand Back Pack Release Date, all superstars joining the roster

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WWE 2K22 DLC continues to arrive, and the next in line for players is the coveted Stand Back Pack.

We've got all the details you need on the official Stand Back Pack release date and how to get this DLC in WWE 2K22.


WWE 2K22 DLC: Stand Back Pack Release Date

With one of the most expansive rosters of all time already in the bag at launch, WWE 2K22 DLC continues to supplement that with more superstars.

Since launch, the WWE 2K22 roster has grown with 10 more superstars added via DLC and a few recent MyRISE bonuses joining in WWE 2K22 Update 1.12.

Next in line, the WWE 2K22 Stand Back Pack has an official release date of Tuesday, June 7, 2022.


This new WWE 2K22 DLC is named after its feature star Hurricane Helms, but there are four others currently planned for the release.

WWE 2K22 Stand Back Pack DLC Release Date
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In total, there will be five different WWE 2K22 DLC packs available, and players with the Season Pass gain access to every single one of them.

You can purchase the WWE 2K22 Season Pass for $39.99 or purchase each of the individual WWE 2K22 DLC packs for just $9.99 apiece.


Anyone who got the WWE 2K22 Deluxe or nWo 4-Life Edition will already have access, as the Season Pass was bundled with each of them.

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WWE 2K22 roster to add five more superstars in Stand Back Pack

As of now, we're scheduled to get another five superstars on the WWE 2K22 roster when the Stand Back Pack arrives.

As confirmed some time ago, the following are expected in the Stand Back Pack:

  • Hurricane Helms
  • Stacy Kiebler
  • A-Kid
  • Wes Lee
  • Nash Carter (released by WWE)

The last name on this list is one with a bit of uncertainty, as Nash Carter was released by WWE just over a month ago.

While other stars who departed the company were kept in the WWE 2K22 roster, the circumstances vary here as Carter was fired amidst allegations of abuse by a former partner and a photo that circulated of him giving a Nazi salute.

Considering the speed with which WWE cut ties with Carter, despite him being a champion on NXT 2.0 at the time, it's possible they'll quietly remove him from the Stand Back Pack as well.