2K invites players to Step Inside the squared circle with WWE 2K20, available October 22. Your favorite WWE Superstars, Legends, Hall of Famers and NXT’s best will join the festivities and celebrate the rebirth of the WWE 2K franchise! WWE 2K20 will feature key gameplay improvements, streamlined controls, and the most fun and creatively expansive entry in the franchise to date.
WWE 2K20 will also feature a brand-new 2K Showcase focused on the story of the Four Horsewomen/Women’s Evolution, the return of 2K Towers, an all-new MyCAREER that prominently features both male and female playable characters, and Mixed Tag Matches featuring male and female competitors.
Reversals System & Controls
How to Reverse moves in WWE 2K20? How do Reversals work in WWE 2K20?
The reversal system in WWE 2K20 is similar to previous years, however the reversal button has been now changed from R2 / RT, to WWE 2K20’s Triangle / Y.
Also, reversal windows and animations are now a lot more smoother and responsive in WWE 2K20. As always, a reversal icon will appear over the Superstar’s head when it’s the proper timing to reverse.
As in the latest games of the series, each Superstar has a limited number of reversals to perform, and the reversal stocks recharge over time. This means players might not want to try and reverse every move, but rather should apply a certain level of strategy to consider when is the best time to reverse.
Also, several moves feature a second opportunity to reverse, called Major Reversal.
- Minor Reversals are the regular reversals and are easier to perform. They only require a single reversal stock.
- Major Reversals are offered in the middle of a move while it’s being executed, thus are more challenging to perform. They require two reversal stocks, however, successful Major Reversals will temporarily weaken the opponent, providing a way to swing the momentum of the match.