WWE 2K20: Patch 1.08 introduces Edge of Tomorrow Originals expansion pack featuring Nia Jax, Alexa Bliss, Asuka and more


WWE 2K20 released patch 1.08 which fixes several bugs and glitches while introducing the Edge of Tomorrow Original

The Edge of Tomorrow Original expansion (patch 1.08) is the latest release for WWE 2K20 and it continues to fix a lot of bugs and glitches.

WWE 2K20 received scathing reviews at the release of the game with many calling it an unfinished game.

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WWE 2K20 is a buggy mess (Image credit: WWE)

However, 2K have released several patches in attempts to fix as many things as possible.

New Originals DLC

WWE had already released three Originals DLC in the past with the first one being The Bump in the Night which featured different versions of some top stars.

Bray Wyatt/The Fiend could only be unlocked via this Originals DLC, and that did get some decent reviews.

Finn Balor, Braun Strowman, Randy Orton and Sasha Banks were some of the top stars getting makeovers in this DLC.

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Bray Wyatt as the Fiend (Image credit: WWE)

The new DLC, Edge of Tomorrow, gives some fans a look at a futuristic look with arenas, weapons and


Asuka, Alexa Bliss, Johnny Gargano, Nix Jax and Naomi are some of the wrestlers who will get a futuristic look.

Some of them also have special finishers and these characters can be used in most of the game modes on WWE 2K20.

Major changes in 2K20

This patch, as with most of the other patches is a huge update and is close to 11 GB. It is available on the PS4, Xbox One and PC.

The release from 2K adds that several fixes have been included in the update, here is a list of them.

Several fans also criticised the wrestler models, but problems have been rectified with each patch.

The problem for fans is that this is the only official WWE game available for consoles and 2K have been trying to revamp the series.

Alexa Bliss looks different with no makeup finisher
Alexa Bliss is one of the top stars in WWE (Image credit: WWE)

Most fans will agree that the games from the Xbox/PS2 era were the best.

Shut Your Mouth and Here Comes The Pain received rave reviews while SmackDown vs Raw 2006 and 2011 were possibly the better ones from the new generation.

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