WWE 2K20 is out next week and people have to know the default control scheme has changed. 2K Games has finally given a reason for the change.
Players can still use the older control scheme in WWE 2K20, but the changed default setting is aimed towards new players. Players will have to adjust to the new settings if they don’t change it.
2K Games explained more about the change in control settings on the game’s official Twitter page. You can read the details posted down below.
“The new control scheme reduces friction and the likelihood that players will perform the wrong action. Object interaction and climbing are on separate buttons, making it easier for you to perform the action you intend. Reversal windows are now authored by designers and fire more immediately, helping them look and feel more responsive. You no longer need to grab opponents in a Front Facelock to do a standing Submission. You can walk right up to them and apply the hold. The new “Assist Mode” option helps new players experience the variety of their character’s move-set. When you perform a Strong Strike or Grapple, an A.I. system will choose a specific attack for you, sometimes sequencing a reposition before the move. A.I. opponents utilize all of their Signature and Finisher slots so there is more variety in how they attempt to finish matches.”