The long-anticipated AEW: Fight Forever is allegedly slated for a June release
Good news fight fans as Fightful Select reports that an official announcement is set for next week, with AEW likely to declare a June 27th release date. This coincides perfectly with AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door 2, which unfolds a mere two days prior on June 25th.
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Rumour has it that the declaration has been postponed due to the significant involvement of AEW wrestler CM Punk (known off-screen as Phil Brooks), whose personal affairs with AEW have apparently disrupted a series of AEW-oriented announcements slated to highlight Punk’s comeback.
AEW: Fight Forever’s Release – What’s the Hype All About?
The gaming world first heard of AEW: Fight Forever back in 2020 and it has been on the fans’ radar ever since. Crafted by Yuke’s, the game is destined for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Regarding its future prospects, AEW Fight Forever isn’t foreseen to become a recurring or annual series. Post-launch, the game is anticipated to receive comprehensive support and updates ranging from new and updated wrestlers to additional features where suitable. Moreover AEW holds the rights to the game’s engine, according to Fightful, indicating that a future game developed by a different team could be a possibility.
In terms of what the fans can expect at launch, the game’s creative suite may be somewhat limited, despite the inclusion of Create An Arena. It’s also not anticipated to feature any kind of community creations or sharing elements. Feel free to leave your comments in the section below and you can always just log in with your Google account for convenience.