Lycra-clad glitchfest WWE 2K20 suffered a usually powerful begin to the brand new 12 months yesterday morning when a freshly-discovered bug started crashing video games because the clock struck midnight – 00:00, 1st January 2020.
Numerous gamers reported being kicked from numerous WWE 2K20 modes and unable to get again in as quickly as the brand new 12 months rolled round (thanks, Kotaku). Ironic, actually, for a recreation with 2020 in its title.
Fans quickly realised the issue was widespread – and moderately hilarious non permanent repair was attainable by merely setting your console’s inner clock again to 2019. Many in contrast the problem to the notorious Millennium bug, albeit 20 years late.
— ? SmackTalks ? #WWE2K20 (@SmackNetwork) January 1, 2020
To be honest to 2K, the writer issued a hotfix yesterday night and experiences recommend this has now helped clear up the problem:
This challenge has been resolved. Please be sure to restart your #WWE2K20 recreation to robotically obtain the repair. If you proceed experiencing points, please open a assist ticket right here: https://t.co/E9ETwypbuw. Thank you once more to your endurance!
— 2K Support (@2KSupport) January 1, 2020
But it is yet one more embarrassing cockup for the sport, which has sparked ire from long-time wresting recreation followers ever since its launch again in October – when montages of its weird bugs and stunning glitches went viral.
2K shortly promised patches in response to clips, whereas PlayStation started to supply refunds for PS4 copies.
The recreation’s first patch arrived per week later, and promised fixes for “Gameplay and Controls” plus “Graphics and Clipping”, amongst many others.