WWE 2K20 Crashing On All Platforms, 2K Issues Fix (VIDEO)
The new year has officially begun and many of us are surely wrestling with the annual occasion in our own way. However, it appears that 2K title WWE 2K20 took the notion a bit literally when ushering in the year 2020, as the game has been widely reported as crashing across all platforms soon after entering the new year.
According to VGC, players attempting to load a match were met with system crashes, with PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One players each unable to participate in any mode whatsoever. The culprit appears to be the year 2020 itself as these issues have only appeared sometime during the last day. Adding further evidence was a reported workaround for this issue, where changing a console’s system date back to 2019 would temporarily give players back functionality. YouTube user Smacktalks gave a good summary of events in the video below.
WWE 2K20 failing to live up to its literal name is surely a somewhat humorous situation, but not very surprising if taking the game’s launch into consideration. Despite some promising gameplay, the title has largely offered a glitch-ridden debut for the newly-helming Visual Concepts, with several fixes going live since initially being addressed over two months ago. While there’s admittedly quite a way to go, publisher 2K Games appears to have repaired this latest problem in a speedy fashion, with players now assured access to WWE 2K20 after simply restarting the game.
This issue has been resolved. Please make sure to restart your #WWE2K20 game to automatically download the fix. If you continue experiencing issues, please open a support ticket here: https://t.co/E9ETwypbuw. Thank you again for your patience!
— 2K Support (@2KSupport) January 1, 2020
WWE 2K20 is out now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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