The publisher 2K has just announced that it will cut the online services of two of its wrestling games stamped WWE.
While some studios keep their game alive for many years, like Ubisoft, others decide to finally cut everything to focus on the present and incidentally migrate players to their new releases.
WWE 2K19 and WWE 2K20 are going single-player games
This is the case of 2K Games who decided to stop all online services of WWE 2K19 and WWE 2K20 on PS4, XboxOne and PC, from June 30, 2022. As the press release states, this means that all online features will be inaccessible, such as online matches and community creations.
The editor indeed announces that he wants fully focus on the brand new version, WWE 2K22which acts as a rebirth for the saga after the fiasco that was WWE 2K20, strongly criticized by the players.
Attention WWE 2K Community: On June 30, 2022, we will be ending server support for WWE 2K19 and WWE 2K20. This includes all online functions, such as online matches and community creations. We are now focusing on supporting WWE2K22. Thank you for your continued support
???? Attention WWE 2K community: On June 30, 2022, we will sunset support for WWE 2K19 & WWE 2K20 servers. This includes all online functions, such as online matches & Community Creations. We are turning our full focus toward supporting #WWE2K22. Thanks for your continued support! pic.twitter.com/vOJ06AA9iy
— #WWE2K22 (@WWEgames) May 9, 2022
So you only have a few days left to brawl on these two “old” episodes, before having to migrate to the latest installment to continue playing with your wrestling comrades.