The glitch-riddled mess that is WWE 2K20 hit global shelves to widespread mockery this Tuesday (22 October), with #FixWWE2K20 trending on Twitter for most of the day on account of the game's myriad bugs, graphical errors, and other problems.
The launch was a complete and utter catastrophe, particularly with gamers who'd bought the $130 collector's edition claiming items had been left out. That's just the tip of the iceberg, though. This was an omnishambles.
Fortunately, it looks like Sony have stepped in to start offering refunds to disappointed PlayStation 4 players - as reported by Wrestling Inc.
The writeup features a number of accounts from consumers claiming to have called Sony and asked for a refund after arguing that they'd been sold the game under false pretences. There are, however, several people noting that they'd been denied refunds as well, with one stating that the outcome probably hinges on the support specialist the disgruntled caller had been put through to.
It's easy to understand why anyone who'd forked out north of $50 for this calamity of a game would take these measures, so here's hoping for more positive outcomes.
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