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Online Lobbies Return For WWE 2K20 Multiplayer, Some More Details Revealed For MyPLAYER & Road to Glory

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Online Lobbies Return For WWE 2K20 Multiplayer, Some More Details Revealed For MyPLAYER & Road to Glory

2K has announced online lobbies will make a return in WWE 2K20, allowing fans to create a match online and invite friends, then open the remaining slots up to the public. They also revealed some new developments in MyPLAYER, Road to Glory, and MyPLAYER Towers.

CREATE A LOBBY

If you have an exact online multiplayer match in mind, creating a lobby is the way to go. Select from a wide variety of match types and rules with up to six players. Choose the arena, Superstar gender, and even toggle the restriction to only allow default WWE Superstars (a.k.a. Fair Play). You can start out in private mode to invite friends and then open the remaining slots to the general public if you prefer. Once in a lobby together, everyone can voice chat as they select Superstars and the lobby creator makes decisions on the match at hand. Players will now have full visibility on how the match is coming together.

GET IN QUICKLY

If you’re less picky about what kind of match you want to play, you can browse currently available lobbies that only need one or two more participants and jump right in. Or use the search feature to filter by preference. Even easier, select Quick Play to be slotted into ready-to-go matches automatically.

MYPLAYER EVOLUTION

As previously announced, both male and female MyPLAYERS are part of MyCAREER. This extends to Road to Glory and MyPLAYER Towers as well. You create both male and female MyPLAYERs with different styles (one can be a brawler and the other a high-flier, for example), experience pools, progression trees, and creation part unlocks. This consistent pair can level up and unlock items throughout all three of these modes.

For the first time ever, any special creation parts you unlock through playing MyCAREER, Road to Glory, and MyPLAYER Towers are also available in the general Create-a-Superstar mode. On top of that, you can export the appearance of your MyPLAYER out to the general character creations as well!

Road to Glory and MyPLAYER Tower fans will be familiar with the process of earning stars to enter special pay-per-view events. These Road to Glory events now include female matches for the first time, in addition to male matches.

DAILY REFRESHED MATCH CHALLENGES

The new Tonight’s Match feature in Multiplayer places you in a new match every day that rotates through match types, rules, genders, and arenas to make it simple to constantly try something new.

The Road to Glory Featured Match of the day is similar to Tonight’s Match, but also includes potential Triple Threat, Fatal 4-Way, and 6-Man (or woman) matches. These will regularly toggle back and forth between male and female matches so both of your MyPLAYERs will get regular rotation.

Tonight’s Match, Road to Glory Featured Matches, and daily MyPLAYER Tower challenges (single player) will all incorporate elements from the new WWE 2K20 2K Originals post-launch downloadable content*, whether you’ve purchased them or not. For example, once the first package, WWE 2K20 Originals: Bump in the Night, releases, you may see matches taking place in the Wyatt Swamp Arena or Cemetery Brawl Arena. Or you might face FrankenStrowman one day in a MyPLAYER Tower daily challenge. You never know what kind of 2K Originals content might show up any given day for all players with online multiplayer access to enjoy.

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  1. I hope 2k brought back the option to kick out by button mashing. I have a lot of friends who refuse to play wwe 2k games because they cant time the pin meter. I'm fine with the pin meter, but we also need button mashing as an option.
    I also hope legend difficulty is harder this year. Every year the game gets too easy. The Cpu is not as good as kicking out as the user is. Either make the cpu kick out of more finishers or make the pin meter harder on Legend difficulty after the user gets hit with a finisher. I usually kick out of 4 signatures and finishers even when the pin meter gets very tiny.
    I also hope we have the option to turn off the superstar hud for cpu only. In 2k19 you can turn it off but it turns it off for both cpu and user and then you cant tell when you almost have a finisher. I turn the hud off because I don't want to be able to tell if the cpu is going to kick out.
    I am also praying story creator makes its return. But I know that's probably wishful thinking.
    We also need reversals with R2 and L2 to return. And finisher reversals with both. Pleaseeeee
    Deadspace Saturn
    I hope 2k brought back the option to kick out by button mashing. I have a lot of friends who refuse to play wwe 2k games because they cant time the pin meter. I'm fine with the pin meter, but we also need button mashing as an option.
    I also hope legend difficulty is harder this year. Every year the game gets too easy. The Cpu is not as good as kicking out as the user is. Either make the cpu kick out of more finishers or make the pin meter harder on Legend difficulty after the user gets hit with a finisher. I usually kick out of 4 signatures and finishers even when the pin meter gets very tiny.
    I also hope we have the option to turn off the superstar hud for cpu only. In 2k19 you can turn it off but it turns it off for both cpu and user and then you cant tell when you almost have a finisher. I turn the hud off because I don't want to be able to tell if the cpu is going to kick out.
    I am also praying story creator makes its return. But I know that's probably wishful thinking.
    We also need reversals with R2 and L2 to return. And finisher reversals with both. Pleaseeeee

    I don't want someone to be able to kick out with no skill. button mashing doesn't take skill and I don't want someone to be able to kick out three or four times simply by button mashing. Just the one thing I disagree with. L2 and r2 reversals wouldn't be bad though
    zrohman
    I don't want someone to be able to kick out with no skill. button mashing doesn't take skill and I don't want someone to be able to kick out three or four times simply by button mashing. Just the one thing I disagree with. L2 and r2 reversals wouldn't be bad though

    But, is it skill that's the problem or is it the connection that is the problem? I've run into that playing Madden against people. When I play certain people, the connection sucks and the kicking meter is lagged. When I just play against the computer, I have no issues with lag.
    jahickory
    But, is it skill that's the problem or is it the connection that is the problem? I've run into that playing Madden against people. When I play certain people, the connection sucks and the kicking meter is lagged. When I just play against the computer, I have no issues with lag.

    I agree. With online play they need to clean up the lag

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