The negative reaction to the new WWE 2K20 video game from WWE and 2K has gotten to a point where fans are now hacking official social media accounts related to the game and the company that produced it.
On Friday, multiple official 2K-related social media accounts, primarily Facebook pages -- including the official WWE 2K Facebook page -- were hacked.
The WWE 2K page featured posts containing multiple offensive messages, and the profile pictures for the accounts were changed to official All Elite Wrestling (AEW) logos and/or logos for Chris Benoit in the WWE Hall Of Fame.
Since the hack, the pages have been recovered by the owners and the following message was released on the official WWE 2K Facebook page regarding the issue:
Check out exclusive photos of the WWE 2K hack that took place this week, including screen shots of the aforementioned offensive posts and AEW / Chris Benoit in WWE Hall Of Fame logos, below.
.#UPDATE: More details on #WWE2K #Facebook getting #Hacked w/ #photo of #AEW logo/Chris Benoit in #WWE #HallOfFame & OFFENSIVE posts (#Videos)— Matt Boone (@MattBoone1984) November 16, 2019
LINK: https://t.co/8spMprO5zg#WWE2K20 #2khacked #2k #2k20 #2KGames #2kCommunity #2khack #WWEGames @WWEgames @2K @2KSupport #2k20wwe pic.twitter.com/reAwnGfgZe