AEW Fight Forever Release Date: Is This Wrestling Video Game Coming in 2022?
As the first console game from All Elite Wrestling in 2019, AEW Fight Forever takes on the long-standing titan WWE, the 2019 promotion finally steps into the virtual ring. Many fans are eagerly anticipating the release date and other details about AEW Fight Forever, which features a roster that features some of the sport’s most exciting newcomers.
Wrestling fans hope that Yuke’s, a developer well-known for its work on every WWE game prior to 2018, will deliver on its promise of fast-paced action. But until the AEW Fight Forever release date, we won’t know for sure whether Yuke’s has delivered on the excitement surrounding this title.
If you’ve ever wanted to get your hands on the new wrestling video game franchise AEW Fight Forever now is the time to get your hands on it!
When Will AEW Fight Forever Be Available?
With so many people anticipating the game’s release, the most likely date for AEW Fight Forever is September 2022. Fightful Select has recently reported that the game’s release may be postponed until they’re confident that it’s ready to go.
The December 31, 2022 release date stated on early Amazon and Xtralife listings is not likely to be accurate. Now, it’s thought to be a placeholder for shops that can’t yet enter the real date, and utilizing December 31st as a placeholder is prevalent among internet sellers.
Kenny Omega has also confirmed through email that THQ Nordic will be the publisher, and there’s a good reason why some gamers may recognize that name.
The Stars on the Cover & the Official Cast
In the most recent leak, one Xtralife listing may have revealed the whole cover artwork for AEW Fight Forever. CM Punk appears at the center of a combo cover with Kenny Omega, Chris Jericho, Jon Moxley, Jade, and Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. circling around him, as shown below.
The official AEW Fight Forever roster is still a work in progress, as the names that have been confirmed thus far have come from a variety of sources.
The following AEW Fight Forever wrestlers were confirmed by genuine development video, leaked in-game pictures, or their existence on the cover seen above:.
- “Chris Jericho”
- The Kenny Omega
- Hikaru Shida is a character in the anime series.
- Toby McKinney
- Jackson’s Nick
- ‘Jungle Boy’ Darby Allin
- The name Nyla Rose is a play on the name of
- In the words of Kris Statlander
- Punk’s personal doctor is Dr. Britt Baker.
- Page, Adam, and Moxley, Jon “Hangman.”
- Jade \sAbadon
- Yuka Sakazaki
A Fightful Select report in May indicated that Sting, Adam Cole, Bryan Danielson, and Ruby Soho had all been confirmed for the game. ” Because of the phrasing in AEW’s collaboration announcement with the Owen Hart Foundation in September 2021, we also expected Owen Hart to be involved.
Owen Hart was announced to be a playable character in the game by Bodyslam.net in May. Finally, we have additional information on why Cody Rhodes will remain in AEW Fight Forever despite his return to WWE.
It’s coming to Xbox One and PC
THQ Nordic is bringing AEW Fight Forever to Xbox One X/S, PlayStation 5, and the PC for the first time. There’s no indication yet on how much or when this future game will cost.
Let us know if you have any further questions about AEW’s Fight Forever. To tide you over until the full gameplay trailer drops, check out the trailer embedded below.
Xbox Game Pass includes AEW Fight Forever
AEW Fight Forever’s possible inclusion in the Xbox Game Pass is something we are unable to discuss at this time. THQ Nordic and Microsoft have collaborated on numerous occasions, so it’s feasible. Still, we can’t say for sure whether or not this game will be available on the Xbox Game Pass.
AEW Fight Forever’s marketing and press have been hindered by a paucity of knowledge about the game. Despite this, we hope you found our review of the upcoming game interesting. We think it has the potential to beat WWE 2K22, but it will require a lot of effort from Yuke’s Co Ltd and THQ Nordic.
AEW Fight Forever has released some early gameplay footage, which you can see below.