As with all annual franchise sports releases, the worst we might have expected from WWE2K20 is that we’d probably be able to cut and paste last year’s review, knock off early and go to the pub. How wrong we were. What should have been a promising progression for the franchise has got everyone talking about it for all the wrong reasons.
Leaving aside the laughable release-day glitches, from terrible clipping to spinning wrestlers, texture confusion and some hideously mutated wrestler creations, WWE2K20 has let itself down in so many of the worst kinds of ways. It has metaphorically gone to the toilet in its own pants. And yet… if a promised patch, which should be in place by the time you read these very words, does its job, this wrestling sim may just still be worthy of your time.
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