Apparently, Sony is allowing refunds for the broken release.
WWE 2K games have always been somewhat infamous for their glitches. From refs having twisty arms to models clipping through ropes, they’ve always been Twitter and YouTube fodder for a laugh. But the newest entry, WWE 2K20, took that from funny to outright ridiculous. The game is broken to the point of being near unplayable, which you can see in our review here. It’s so bad, apparently Sony is allowing refunds for those who purchased digitally on the PS4.
Sony has always been pretty stingy with its refund policy, so it goes to show just how much of a technical mess 2K20 is that they seem to be letting refund requests go through without a lot of fuss. As Eurogamer reported, a lot players are going to PlayStation’s Support and managing to get refunds quickly and with no hassle. It should be noted that not all refunds are being honored, but there’s enough people out there who are getting their’s that it’s worth trying out if you are having issues with the game.
Apparently a patch is coming in the next few weeks to address some of this, but that’s a still a bit away and a lot of the damage is probably already done. 2K and Visual Concepts split with longtime WWE developer Yuke’s, so it’s likely that this had some kind of impact on the game’s development.