WWE 2K22 update makes adjustments to superstar attributes
Visual Concepts has delivered a new update for WWE 2K22 that includes stability and balance improvements.
According to the patch notes, adjustments have been made to Superstar attributes, the ladder should no longer fall down during Ladder Matches, and tag team finishes and attacks should occur correctly. The developer has also improved stability in Community Creations and made “adjustments to address incorrectly assigned moves to certain Superstars.”
Take a look at the full patch notes below:
- Various adjustments to Superstar attributes
- Addressed reported concerns about crashes occurring when using the News tile to navigate the game
- Addressed reported concerns where Superstars entered the Royal Rumble in the wrong order
- Addressed the ranges of select moves
- Various adjustments to address incorrectly assigned moves to certain Superstars
- Added moves to various move categories
- Addressed reported concerns of the ladder falling down during ladder matches
- Addressed reported concerns of players warping and popping up after a match ends
- Addressed reported concerns of tag team finishes and attacks not occurring during matches
- Addressed reported concerns of the AI not performing their running signature/finisher against corner-seated opponents
- Addressed the alignment on various animations so that they connect better in-game
- Adjusted the damage of several moves to ensure the correct amount was being applied to opponents
- Improved stability within Community Creations
- Addressed reported concerns of shirts being tucked in when not intended
- Addressed reported concerns of a soft-lock in the game when editing CAS
- Addressed reported concerns of infinite loading when editing a saved video on PS5
- Stability improvements when using Custom Superstars
WWE 2K22 is available now on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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