2K Sports recently revealed a new trailer for the upcoming WWE 2K20 video game, this time focusing on the 2K Showcase mode, which will chronicle the careers of the "Four Horsewomen" in the WWE - Bayley, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and Sasha Banks. However, the trailer has not exactly had the reaction that 2K Sports may have anticipated, as it is being mocked by some fans online.
The latest trailer for WWE 2K20 shows clips of some of the notable moments in WWE's "Women's Evolution," along with short interviews with the wrestlers involved. However, the trailer has no gameplay to speak of, despite the fact that the game is set to launch in about a month. Many fans in the comments section of the trailer and on Twitter have poked fun at the fact that it doesn't show any gameplay, with some going as far as to suggest that the game is so similar to last year's entry that 2K Sports is deliberately not showing it to avoid backlash.
This is likely not the case at all, as some gameplay of WWE 2K20 has been shown here and there. It's true that most of the WWE 2K20 trailers so far have been live-action, but many have also had gameplay clips included, though they've admittedly been pretty brief.
2K Sports has yet to release uninterrupted gameplay of an actual WWE 2K20 match in action, which is part of the reason why some people have come to the conclusion that 2K Sports is deliberately not showing gameplay for some shady reason. However, it has shown off other aspects of WWE 2K20, though the footage hasn't exactly been action-packed.
Over the past few weeks, 2K Sports has been releasing entrance videos for WWE 2K20, showing off Samoa Joe's entrance, Steve Austin's entrance, and more. These videos have shown off the game's high graphical quality, but there were some complaints about Steve Austin's entrance not really matching the mannerisms of The Texas Rattlesnake as well as some fans would have hoped.
There's still about a month to go before WWE 2K20's official release, so hopefully fans get a more substantial look at gameplay soon.
WWE 2K20 launches on October 22 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.