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WWE 2K22 Update 1.08 March 30 Patch Notes

Comes on the heels of the previous update.

March 31, 2022

WWE 2K22 released just a few weeks ago and now has received yet another patch this week with update 1.08 that has now been rolled out.

This update comes only a day after the previous update 1.07, which included a few fixes for the game. Now this new one has arrived to fix a few other things.

It is pretty rare to actually get a second update in one week for a game like this, so it’s definitely one to not get too excited about.

  • MORE: Find out what was fixed in the last update for WWE 2K22.

What Systems Is The Update For?

Like we have seen with the previous updates for WWE 2K22, update 1.08 is now available for all of the platforms that the game is currently available on.

That means those playing on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, and Xbox One should all make sure that they have the latest update before playing. Even though it doesn’t appear that there is anything too major in this update, it’s definitely worth downloading before playing to have the most patched version of the game when playing.

In addition, the update isn’t that large in size either, so it should not take you very long to download it.

WWE 2K22 Update 1.08 Patch Notes

Rather than the full scale patch notes we usually get with WWE 2K22, the developer instead decided to announce it and give details through the account’s official Twitter.

As you can see, this latest update is much smaller than the previous ones, as this one is merely a key issue hotfix.

The only issue that is actually named here is roster support for the added nWo 4-Life Superstars in the game. Besides that, the dev team was very vague by saying it was various fixes and improvements.

This is not a huge surprise, as update 1.07 that just came out gave us a little more specifically, while this one was likely mopping up any issues that had arisen from that update.

Based on the regularity of updates for the game since launch, it’s likely we’ll see another one sooner rather than later. Whether it ends up being next week or later remains to be seen though.

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