WWE 2K20

WWE 2K20

released on Oct 22, 2019

You must be logged in to access rating features

WWE 2K20

released on Oct 22, 2019

2K invites players to Step Inside the squared circle with WWE 2K20, available October 22. Your favorite WWE Superstars, Legends, Hall of Famers and NXT’s best will join the festivities and celebrate the rebirth of the WWE 2K franchise! WWE 2K20 will feature key gameplay improvements, streamlined controls, and the most fun and creatively expansive entry in the franchise to date. WWE 2K20 will also feature a brand-new 2K Showcase focused on the story of the Four Horsewomen/Women’s Evolution, the return of 2K Towers, an all-new MyCAREER that prominently features both male and female playable characters, and Mixed Tag Matches featuring male and female competitors.


Reviews View More

yeah not every game is perfect or good but cmon u can’t possibly tell me that it’s not, at least, one of the funniest wrestling games out there. shouts to the nL boyz


Lackluster entry in a franchise that was on the right path with the solid succession from 2K18 to 2K19. The game was drastically improved through updates since it's day one mess, but the damage had been done. In-ring gameplay is solid, new elements added in comparison to the previous installment. Recurrent crashes, freezes and menu bugs make the game unbearable on PC.


Following the release of one of their better titles in the series. 2K did the most 2K thing imaginable and released this GOTY


I honestly don't know why this is even in my library. I enjoying repeating a certain timeline in the universe every now and then but that's about it. The port is broken as hell and the developers spare any concern for such tabulating issues. I perhaps won't buy another 2K or, WWE game for that matter on PC ever again. It's only as enjoyable as it gets on console and, I think almost everyone can chime in their 2 cents on how much they care about producing an efficient port for the PC.

That ends my complaint about the port; as for the game, I don't I've seen a game as depressingly sabotaged as this in years - cough, cough, WWE All Stars - not to mention Battleground. I'm not a big wrestling fan but, I did own every SVR game on PS2 and own WWE 2K19 on Xbox. I can't say I love those games but they do provide me with enough enjoyment to keep kicking the bucket again. I can't seem to express any interest in the design philosophy of this game, it's intrinsically dead and hollow. There is barely any change to the system and where there is, it's worse. For god's sake, add multi-championship title options to Universe mode already: what's so wrong with having an undisputed title system ?

VC, please stick to one set of controls, don't keep changing them every other year. I literally had to train my muscle memory to react to the reversal cues between 2K19 and 2K20: they leave me in utter confusion every now and then. While I admit that this is a thing every developer or console industry does, it's more of a generational thing rather than frequent. Remember when inverted controls were the 'norm' ? Yeah, me too. I didn't like it at all. They filled me with the most devastating nightmares- even worse than the likes of any Lovecraftian or Shelley novel.

To sum it up, Visual Concepts needs to know that its audience isn't expecting another SVR or WWE 'XX game. It wants all the fluidity and freedom those games offered, along with some innovation that doesn't have to interfere or get in the way of our enjoyment. At this point, 2K games are nothing more than mid-ranged EA excuse notes.


This makes the other WWE 2K games look good, which is saying a lot. The career mode does reach 'so bad it's good' territory with the hilariously bad dialogue and graphics. No steps forward and 10 steps backward for an already stagnant series.


the first and last game i'll ever pre order