WWE 2K15 Out Now for PS4 and Xbox One, with a Day One Patch

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of WWE 2K15 has released today, along with a day one patch. 2k Games posted the patch notes, detailing the multiple issues it is designed to fix. Check them out below.

WWE 2K15 Patch notes:

Attention PS4 players: If you’re only able to play 1v1 matches with a limited roster, it’s because your game is installing this launch day patch. You will be able to experience the full game once the patch is installed/downloaded. To see the progress, please go to your PlayStation dashboard and select System Storage and Management, then Applications, then WWE 2K15 and you will see your status.

On to the launch day patch notes!

• Added support for 6-man online match types
• Addressed issues that may contribute to players desyncing from one another
• Addressed various exploits in match play
• Addressed crashes that could occur if players interacted with certain environmental objects
• Improved frame rate and performance
• Improved automatic targeting
• Improved online chat functionality
• Improved stability and speed of Background Matchmaking
• Improved functionality when accepting Private Match invites
• Addressed recurring privacy loopholes for Private Matches

• Players can now preview content uploaded by other users
• Improved text display and sorting options

• Addressed several exploits/balance issues with various moves
• Revised a number of moves that could result in severe character warping and deformation
• Changed a number of notification prompts to be more informative and user-friendly

• Implemented general improvements to layering and parts application for Custom Superstars
• Addressed recurring issues with the preview functionality for Entrances when using Advanced Creation

• Improved crowd audio reactions


Have you downloaded the patch and played the game yet? If so, have the issues been resolved, or are you still experiencing them? Sound off!

Source: wwe.2k

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