PlayStation to begin issuing refunds to gamers who bought WWE 2K20

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PlayStation are in the process of refunding fans who have bought the latest WWE 2K20 game after  numerous complaints of gameplay bugs and glitches.

Problems include vanishing faces, wrestlers spinning out of control, and referees disappearing.

Fans have taken to Twitter with the hashtag #FixWWE2K20, which has been tweeted 25,000 times since its release.

Fans have reported further problems such as characters sinking into the ring, players being flung in circles, and wrestlers' faces being so badly distorted that it looks like a horror game.

Loyal fans over the years have been enjoying the realistic and engaging gameplay which was developed by WWE studio Yuke’s, who have been in existence since the PlayStation 1’s WWF Smackdown in 2000.

However, WWE 2K20 is the first entry to be produced by Visual Concept after Yuke’s allegedly stepped away from WWE 2K development.

Visual Concept’s creative director Lynell Jinks posted a high-energy video on YouTube, telling fans: “It’s time to take our shot, not only understand, but make it ours and try and make it better at the same time, or make it as good as it was."

PlayStation are now granting full refunds to users, but there has been no comment on whether Microsoft will be doing the same for the Xbox One, but with the amount of complaints coming through, it seems only a matter of time.

The WWE 2K support team have responded to the complaints, and have tweeted: “We’re receiving more tickets than normal. Rest assured : We’re doing everything we can to get to your case. Thanks for your patience!"

Fans can hopefully look forward to a fixed game, and enter the ring without the worry of their favourite wrestler going through it.

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