Like a lot of sports games, the upcoming WWE 2K16 will offer a character creation tool allowing players to import faces into the game for use on their own wrestlers.
A newly released demonstration of the CAS feature shows how the developers added Arrow star Stephen Amell into the upcoming game. It looks nothing short of spectacular, which should come as little surprise given that the developers know what they're doing with the tool.
The tool doesn't work like the wonky 3D scanners featured in some other sports games like NBA 2K15, and allows the user to designate the exact location of every facial feature.
You can watch it in action below.
Earlier today, 2K Games announced the addition of wrestlers Kevin Owens and Hideo Itami, who join the game's 120-person roster of fighters.
WWE 2K16 will be released on October 27 on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. You can watch a trailer for Kevin Owens above.