Sony offers refunds to fans dissatisfied with the latest 2K version of the very successful WWE 2K20 wrestling series.
As yesterday Wes reported, the wrestling video game began on October 22 and has since become popular on social media due to nightmarish and hilarious glitches. # FixWWE2K20 gained popularity on Twitter in the US, and the Steam WWE 2K20 site was visited by hundreds of negative reviews, which lowered the game's rating to "mostly negative", prompting 2K to finally respond to slack.
According to our friends at GamesIndustry.biz (via VGC), Sony now issues refunds to players who report missing items from the collector's edition, broken game features and graphic errors. But although some players have provided evidence of receipt of refunds, others have failed due to Sony's 14 day money back policy.
It took about 2 minutes seriously. https://t.co/Flnmmj03lI pic.twitter.com/doDRv2owuk
– Friday Night TapDown (@ wiretap804) October 22, 2019
"We carefully listen to WWE 2K20 user feedback and are aware of concerns raised by some players," 2K said. through a statement on Friday. "We are working hard to investigate these concerns and address them as needed. We expect to prepare the first patch in the next two weeks, and others will follow it. Stay up to date with WWEGames social media channels for more information. "