In our review of WWE 2K20, we said, “WWE 2K19 looked like it stopped the downward trend for the series, but WWE 2K20 doubles back, breaks its ankle, and tumbles down the slope.”
Following the game being criticized by us and others for its poor performance, numerous glitches and bugs, and more, 2K announced that WWE 2K21 would be cancelled and that, in order to deliver the experience fans want from a WWE game, it would be extending the production timeline for what is now known as WWE 2K22.
To make up for the lack of a true WWE 2K game, 2K did reveal and release WWE 2K Battlegrounds that, unfortunately, also didn’t receive great reviews.
In our WWE 2K Battlegrounds review, we said that it “works as a shallow party game you play for an hour, then move on to something else, and that’s it.”
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