To say that gamers are upset with WWE 2K20 is an understatement. The game has only been out a few days but has been swarmed in bad reviews. The game has faced criticism for its numerous bugs, glitches, and poor performances. \n \nWWE 2K20 has quickly gained attention online, but not for positive reasons. Gamers are using every social media platform and streaming service to showcase the numerous issues with the game. \n \nGamers are not happy about the latest title in the WWE game franchise. Many are willing to put up with it by calling the issues to question with the hashtag #FixWWE2K20 on Twitter. \n \nSome of the unusual glitches include malfunctions with the physics engine to make wrestlers bounce around the ring, animation issues, random game crashes, and several nightmare-fuel inducing animation issues. \n \nThe 2K Support twitter account is also busier than usually handling fan complains on social media and through their support platform. \n \n \n \nPlayStation 4 players who have given up on all hope for WWE 2K20 have another option: request a refund. Sony is issuing refunds for players who have purchased the Collector's Edition and are missing promised items or have experienced bug and other broken in-game issues. \n \nSony hasn't released an official statement on the matter, but unhappy gamers are trying their luck for a refund anyway. \n \nGamers will have to act within Sony's 14-day refund rule to receive a refund. Many have been successful with speaking to PlayStation Support via chat and reporting nothing more than "The game is very faulty," according to wiretap804 on Twitter. \n \nOthers were not successful. Players speculate it depends on which support agent they are connected with. Some are more generous with refunds than others. \n \nThere is currently no information on if Xbox One gamers can also receive refunds the same way. \n \nThe game was also released on Steam, where players can also submit requests for a refund. Valve will refund any title purchased within 14 days and was played for less than two hours. Though these are the rules, they're not set in stone. Gamers can submit a refund request after this period to be considered for a refund. \n \nFor those who haven't given up on the latest WWE title, there is hope. 2K Sports has released an announcement stating they're aware of the issues and are trying to fix them as soon as possible.