AEW: Fight Forever Leaked

It appears that certain information about the new AEW video game called “Fight Forever” may have been leaked ahead of time. When it was first announced in 2020 that former WWE 2K developers Yuke’s and the director of WWF No Mercy would be working on an All-Elite Wrestling video game, there were very little specifics available. So, thanks to some early leaks of the game’s Amazon listings, we now have some fascinating new information.

What to expect?

A “deep career mode,” “wrestler customization” (which may or may not imply complete character development), and internet play are all promised in the AEW: Fight Forever listing but have not yet been officially verified. With players being able to perform intricate double-team maneuvers with ease, tag-team wrestling appears to be a special focus. As for match types, they include Exploding Barbed Wire Death match variations as well as singles, tag-team, 3-way, 4-way, ladder, Casino Battle Royale, Falls Count Anywhere, and Unsanctioned Lights Out matches.

Description about the game, on the site

AEW: Fight Forever was developed by YUKE’s Co, Ltd., the company behind multiple wrestling video games that have sold millions of copies. It blends the feel of an old-school arcade wrestler with modern All Elite Wrestling finishes and tandem offensive attacks. Every week, All Elite Wrestling’s Rampage and Dynamite programmed, which combine some of the greatest wrestling superstars with a stable of fresh, high-flying AEW talent, take over the TNT and TBS networks. The top performers from that talent list are all included in AEW: Fight Forever! Fight Forever’s Tag Team bouts, which include sequences of team man oeuvres executed with straightforward orders, take online co-op wrestling to a whole new level. You can expect a rich career mode, wrestler customization, exclusive AEW arenas, many match kinds, more match types than you can count, as well as some good ol’ fashioned, unofficial fun. You can expect a rich career mode, wrestler customization, exclusive AEW arenas, many match kinds, more match types than you can count, as well as some good ol’ fashioned, unofficial fun.

Platforms on which the game is getting released are:

Fight Forever, AEW’s forthcoming console game, has received significant investment. We’ll soon find out if that was successful. It is currently up for pre-order on Amazon for the PS4, PS5, Xbox, PC, and Nintendo Switch across all of these platforms.

Cody Rhodes confirmed in the AEW game

However, there is presently no official news on the game’s release date. The grapevine has been rather quiet on the matter recently, with the exception of Omega confirming that Cody Rhodes will be in the game. The game’s preliminary release date was said to be somewhere in September.

About Yuke’s Co, Ltd.

All of these claims have not been verified by AEW. The game’s creator, YUKE’s Co, Ltd., has worked on a number of well-known wrestling video game franchises, including “WWE SmackDown! Here Comes The Pain,” “WWE SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth,” “WWE 2K14,” and others. Hideyuki “Geta” Iwashita, the creative force behind adored classics like “WCW/NWO Revenge” and “WWF No Mercy,” is also involved in the project. Kenny Omega, who has been actively involved in the game’s development, stated that he wants “Fight Forever” to have a vintage vibe.

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