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#FixWWE2K20 trends as players find major glitches in WWE 2K20

This isn’t how wrestling is supposed to work.

The latest installment of WWE’s video games series, WWE 2K20, is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Sadly, while the game is now available, it’s also utterly and completely broken.

Wait, what? The game has only been out for a few hours and already #FixWWE2K20 is trending on social media and spreading like wildfire amongst outraged fans. Not only is the game visually unpolished, but the in-game mechanics are also horribly broken to the point that players can’t even finish matches.

Despite a day one patch of 12.6 GB, there are countless issues. WWE’s video game subreddit has a bug thread that’s quickly filling up with reports of bugs that you’d expect to see in a beta release of the game, not the finished product.

Here you can see a ladder disappear after Ronda Rousey is thrown onto it and before her opponent Dakota Kai can power bomb her onto steel steps, they submerge into the ring! From there things devolve even further as Ronda appears to suffer from some form of possession while caught in the ropes, meanwhile Kai watches while performing some sort of demonic knee crawl.

Oh but it gets better! This clip may only be 3 seconds long, but that’s more than enough to demonstrate how utterly unplayable any action involving the ring ropes is.

https://twitter.com/iLikeBrenden/status/1186369239097192448

Sony is already offering players full refunds with little to no resistance.

If you want to experience a completely broken game, you can pick it up now on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC.


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