THQ has released the first PlayStation 2 shots of WWE SmackDown! vs Raw 2007 and in the process has confirmed two new superstars for the game's roster.
Before these two shots (see Booker T on the images tab above) appeared the only screens available were generic next-gen shots designed to show off the incredible detail we should expect from the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions.
These latest shots are slightly less glossy but just as impressive; the skin textures aren't as authentic and the arena's crowds aren't as populated, but they are certainly an improvement on last year's game.
The wrestlers in the shots are of course Booker T and Chris Benoit who join Kurt Angle, Rey Mysterio, Triple H and John Cena as the only WWE Superstars to be confirmed for the 2007 edition so far.
Apart from these screenshots there's been little news on WWE SmackDown! vs Raw 2007 of late but, as we move towards its November release, we expect the full roster to be confirmed and more details about the next-gen season mode to come to light.
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