We're a little over a week away from the release of WWE 2K20, so developer 2K is releasing a ton of content related to their annual pro wrestling game, including The Fiend's entrance and a full triple threat match between Adam Cole, Finn Balor, and Tommaso Ciampa. \n \nUnfortunately, the in-ring gameplay for WWE 2K20 looks like it's a carbon copy of previous years, which is typically the case with 2K's annual releases. Moreover, the commentary in the game seems just as lifeless as it has been in previous years, which is probably why the developers decided to wait until the last minute to reveal raw gameplay. \n \nIf you haven't already seen the triple threat match gameplay in 4K, you can check it out below. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=FbQeFQTMN6Q \n \nBray Wyatt, who is the centerpiece of WWE 2K20's Bump in the Night expansion, was also featured in one of the developer's recent updates, as they released the entrance for his "The Fiend" persona, and you can check it out below. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=GRrazS-hoqI \n \nUnfortunately, it doesn't look like this year's WWE game will feature the up to date sets for the company's key shows: Raw, SmackDown Live, and NXT, which is typically the case in the annual wrestling game. Of course, fans of the annual release will remember that Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Seth Rollins were featured as members of The Shield in WWE 2K15 even though the trio disbanded four months before the game was released. So, the game is almost always not up to date with the current product upon release. \n \nUnlike with their NBA 2K franchise, the devs at 2K don't do live roster updates for their WWE game, which is pretty puzzling given the fact that their fans will update the roster for them via the community creations option. So, if the fans are capable of providing live updates, the developers should be able to do so instead. \n \nDave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter recently attended a press event for WWE 2K20 in Las Vegas, Nevada, and after the event concluded, he reported that WWE never tells the developers anything about their plans for the real-life product, which is why the game is almost always outdated when it's released, so the devs aren't the only ones to blame for the issue. \n \nWWE 2K20 is currently scheduled to be released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in just over a week, as the official release date is October 22.