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WWE 2K20 Updates to Make Big Changes to Universe Mode & Add All-New Content


WWE 2K20 Updates to Make Big Changes to Universe Mode & Add All-New Content

2K Games has announced today that a series of new WWE 2K20 updates will be making substantial changes to the Universe mode when the game launches in full later this fall. The improvements will allow players greater freedom to set games up to their preference and give them all-new options. There are also completely revamped cutscenes, and entirely new ones added too.

The full list of changes is as below:

  • Major and minor show match limits have increased from 7 to 9.
  • Pay-Per-View match limits have doubled from 7 to 14.
  • The number of championship titles per major show has increased from 6 to 7.
  • Simultaneous rivalries on major shows have increased from 3 to 4.
  • Pay-Per-Views can be co-hosted by up to 3 major shows versus the previous 2.
  • Players have more freedom to delete and add promos and matches.
  • 50 of the most-used cutscenes have been reshot with female mocap actors to look more authentic when female Superstars are used.
  • 25 new cutscenes have been added.
  • 3,040 new promo lines are in the game.
  • Custom Matches can now be included in Match Tables, along with new Mixed Tag Matches.
  • New Championship Match setting in Match Tables can be used to make certain matches a title match.
  • Main Event matches in Match Tables have been tweaked so that those match types are more likely to occur on the show (Example: Royal Rumble match at the Royal Rumble Pay-Per-View).
  • New rivalry content includes options such as low-intensity enemies making peace after a single Pay-Per-View or low to mid-intensity allies slowly falling out over several weeks instead of a sudden turn.
  • The overall menu flow has been streamlined to make it more accessible to those new to Universe Mode. All deeper options are still available for experienced players.

WWE2K20 releases across PS4, Xbox One, and PC this Oct. 22, featuring popular personalities from across the wrestling world, like Samoa Joe.

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