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WWE 2K22 experiences shortage of anticipated orders of GameStop, Walmart and more

WWE 2K22 will be launched on March 11, but anticipated access begins today, so you can imagine that many fans who booked the game for anticipated access are excited to start up and participate in wrestling. Unfortunately, it seems that there is a shortage of physical copies of WWE 2K22 in stores, mainly GameStops, and users are told that their copies will not be available until later. That would be frustrating for anyone, but it is especially frustrating for those who have booked the game specifically to obtain anticipated access, and even more for those who have bought some of the most expensive versions of the game.

You can find some fans tweets that try to resume the game then, and some say they could ask for the game in advance to another person since the version they ordered in advance of Gamestop said it would not be available up to a week later.

Others confirmed this problem and added that they went to buy the game for ps5 (the copy they ordered in advance) only to be told they did not have that in stock but they had the version of Xbox. As for the PS5 version, they did not know when it would come.

Some also said that they only hoped to get the digital version of the game after their physicist did not arrive on time, but Gamestop so far has not offered that option.

Some also say that their copies in Steam also show a March 11 date instead of March 8, and someone else added that their early order was delayed and that went through Walmart, so it does not seem to be relegated only to Advance orders from GameStop.

2K, GameStop or Walmart have not shared any confirmation of this or solutions, so we will keep it informed.

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Now, while some have problems, others are already testing the game, as you can see a lot of games that are shared in social networks.

If you have a similar problem with the early order, tell us in the comments, and for those who are already playing, let us know what you think about the comments too!

Handball EM: Denmark brings bronze against France

In Budapest, on Sunday afternoon, the duel of the disappointed before 10,021 spectators on: Topfavorit Denmark had drawn against defending champion Spain somewhat surprisingly the shorter, record world champion France failed at Vice World Champion Sweden. And the bad news did not fall off for the Danes: Mikkel Hansen (hook infringement) and Mathias Gidsel (very early in the game around # 3 rushed out), both chosen to the all-star team of the tournament, separated for the hunt for bronze.

Just in the last European Championship game, France’s Keeper Vincent Gerard also found in his form, defused four of the first five throws on his goal. The Danes were able to thank the Gamesmacher Jacob Holm from the Füchense Berlin that they are not lost the same. Five of the first six goals of Denmark went to his account (8:10, 18.).

Turn the keepers

Denmark vs France | Bronze Medal Match | Highlights | EHF EURO 2016
While Kentin Mahé – later “Man of the Match” – drew the threads in the French attack,, however, Gerards Pendant Niklas Landin was gradually well into the game. At the break, Both Gerard and the final person of the THW Kiel had to show twelve parades – both with a fishing rate of excellent 45 percent. France only led a bit thin with 14:13.

Even after the site change, the game kept its extremely high pace, both counterparties acted with open visor. Grandly, however, France lost the line in the position attack, fueled too many mistakes and quickly exposed to a three-goal residue (18:21, 40.). Coach Guillaume Gille pulled his timeout card and obviously found the right words: the record world champion pulled the game back to his side and led ten minutes before the end of 26:24.

Mensing only in the block

Doppelmark in duplicates for almost two full minutes Denmark had the chance to turn the game back, but were too applied and undecided. Almost 60 seconds before the end, it was Flensburg’s right outside Lasse Svan, who made in his possibly last game for Denmark (later celebrated later from the team) to 29:28. DIKA MEM countered with a felt hits of ten meters. Because Aaron Mensing slammed the last litter into the French block, it went to the extension.

In this Denmark was then no longer stopping: With his ninth goal, Holm set to 31:29, THW-Keeper Landin grew beyond himself. At the end there was a deserved 35:32 for the Danes, who held at least the bronze medal in the hands after the preliminary round at the EM 2020.

Denmark – France 35:32 N.V. (13:14, 29:29)

Denmark: N. Landin, Möller – Holm 10, Kirkelökke 5, Lye Schmidt 4, Mensing 3, Suckstrup 3, Svan 3, Hald 2, M. Landin 2, Larsen 2, E. M. Jakobsen 1
France: Desbonnet, Gerard – Mahé 8, Descat 7/3, Y. Lenne 5, Tournat 4, Kunkoud 3, MEM 3, Fabregas 1, Richardson 1
Referee: Vaclav Horacek (Czech Republic) / Jiri Novotny (Czech Republic)
Viewers: 10.021
Criminal minutes: 4/8
Disqualification: \ – / –

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