2K Games and Visual Concepts have been speaking plenty about the upcoming wrestling game WWE 2K22 and what features players can expect from it, ticking the boxes off of almost all the requests- except some of them.
Revealed by Dalton Derrick of YouTube channel VYBE on his Twitter, it seems that the upcoming game will be ditching advanced created entrances for wrestlers and custom wrestlers, the reason being that the feature was one of the reasons for crashes in WWE 2K20, which they wanted to avoid in this title. This means that players have to stick to the entrances of the existing WWE Superstars for their custom created superstar.
Derrick further clarified that the dev team and VYBE wanted to disclose the information back in January, but due to various circumstances, they couldn’t. While the news is unfortunate, hopefully, the team at 2K figure something out post-launch to tackle this issue. In other related news, WWE 2K22 recently revealed new details this year’s 2K Showcase along and its MyRISE mode with a new trailer- check it out through here.
Advanced Created Entrances are not in 2K22. I’m sorry y’all had to find out like this, we at VYBE and the devs tried to let y’all know back in January but was out of our hands. The reason listed was because it was a huge source for the game crashing in 2K20. I’m sorry y’all.
— Dalton Derrick (@PhoenixNitro) March 5, 2022