WWE 2K20 1.06 Patch Brings New Additions And Improvements To The Game

We are getting patches for every game out there these days. Of course, publishers are fixing errors that developers missed while creating the games. WWE 2K20 is among those games. The WWE 2K20 1.06 patch is available, and it should improve the gaming experience of the users. Here’s what you should expect from the patch.

What’s new in WWE 2K20 1.06 Patch?

  • The devs added the option to create a Championship.
  • The patch addresses the reported concerns that some crashes may occur because it’s running out of memory.
  • The patch addresses the reported concerns that some crashes may occur when players resume the game.
  • The patch addresses the reported concerns that some crashes may occur when players are trying to force sign out.
  • The patch addresses the reported concerns that some crashes may occur when players enter Towers, Originals, and Showcase.
  • The patch addresses the reported concerns that some crashes may occur on the Legal Screen just after launching the game.
  • The patch addresses the reported missing text from the warning message that appears when accessing 2K Originals from other game modes.

The Devs Also Added Some Novelties to the Gameplay

  • The team made some improvements to A.I. behavior, to animations and collisions.
  • The patch addresses the reported concerns with the deformation and the visual corruption in various areas of the game – matches, entrances, and the highlight reel.
  • The patch addresses the reported concerns with reversals.
  • The patch addresses the reported concerns with the hair from the Big Head mode.
  • The patch addresses the reported concerns with some characters that sometimes freeze or do not respond to some situations.

The Update Also Addresses the Reported Concerns Related to Environments and Superstars

The WWE 2K20 1.06 patch also tackles the reported concerns that some crashes may occur in Custom Attires, Custom Arenas, Custom Matches, Custom Images, and Custom Superstars. The patch addresses the reported concerns with the face paint that does not appear during the entrance/victory scenes.

James Coyle attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from photography to coding. Apart from being a contributor to the site, James also helps keep The Trending Times up and running, he also keeps our social media feeds up-to-date.

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