Patch Released in Attempt to fix WWE 2K20 Bugs #FixWWE2K20
Whether you’re a fan of the WWE 2K series or not, unless you’ve been living under a rock, you likely would have seen the quite humours bugs and glitches that have plagued WWE 2K20 across social media.
So in an attempt to fix some of those issues, 2K has now released a patch which should install the next time you fire up the game with an internet connection. Patch 1.02 looks to fix the following problems:
- Gameplay and Controls
- Graphics and Clipping
- Hair Physics
- Hit detection and aiming
- Interactions with tables, ladders, steel steps, and other objects
- Referee actions
- Onscreen button prompts
- Characters “warping” or moving unnaturally around the arena
- Crashes and Freezing
- Image downloads
- Entrances and attires
- Universe mode editing and saving
- Custom and Created Superstars and creation modes
- Commentary and sound effects
- Online Stability, matchmaking, desyncs, and lag
2K has also promised that further patches will roll-out in the near future.
Thankfully for myself, I’ve not encountered anything major as of yet during my first couple of hours with the game, but I know others haven’t been so lucky. However for me, the main issue at this time is that I’m not finding the game as enjoyable as I usually do, mainly down to the fact that for some reason, the developers have switched around the controls, which just makes things unnecessarily confusing, especially when trying to perform counters and finishers.
I reached out to 2K asking whether there are any plans to at least offer the option to revert back to the control scheme of WWE 2K19, because if like me, you like to return to previous games, mixing the controls up the way they have in 2K20, makes it damn near impossible to play, especially if you then go back to this year’s game. 2K kindly responded “The 2K20 control scheme has not changed with the patch. Details of any future patches are not yet available.” I know it’s unlikely, but if you’re reading this 2K, please give us the option of reverting back to the previous control schemes.
Have you been playing WWE 2K20? If so, we’d love to hear your thoughts across our social media channels.