WWE 2K20 Patch 1.02 to Fix Hair Physics, Referee Actions, and Graphics
The moment some players have been waiting for. The WWE 2K20 patch 1.02 is now live on Xbox One, PS4, and PC intended to fix a lot of problems
A new patch for Visual Concepts’ latest entry for its pro wrestling franchise is now available to download. WWE 2K20 patch 1.02 is set to fix many of the problems the game has.
Much of this patch fixes a lot of the presentation portions of the game that was problematic at launch. Seen in the patch notes, one of the items listed is “referee actions.” One could only assume this fixes the hilarious ref glitch that I easily recreated during my time with the retail version of WWE 2K20. Hair physics was infamously compared and exemplified with Bianca Belair’s models from WWE 2k19 and WWE 2K20. While the patch notes don’t specifically say that particular problem will be fixed, hair physics is on that list.
Also included in the patch notes are improvements to some of the core elements of WWE 2K20, which is probably the biggest problem with this game. This includes gameplay, controls, graphics, hit detection, aiming, and button prompts. Much of these improvements, if they do truly fix the mess that is WWE 2K20, will make this such a better experience.
Here is everything the WWE 2K20 patch 1.02 will address on Xbox One, PS4, and PC:
- Gameplay and Controls
- Graphics and Clipping
- Hair Physics
- Hit detection and aiming
- Interactions with tables, ladders, steel steps, and other objects
- Referee actions
- Onscreen button prompts
- Characters “warping” or moving unnaturally around the arena
- Crashes and Freezing
- Image downloads
- Entrances and attires
- Universe mode editing and saving
- Custom and Created Superstars and creation modes
- Commentary and sound effects
- Online Stability, matchmaking, desyncs, and lag
WWE 2K20 is available now for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The first WWE 2K20 Original, Bump in the Night, was recently released and features the new Universal Champion “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt. You can check out the review to see what we thought of Visual Concepts’ newest iteration of the wrestling franchise.