AEW are continuing to match WWE blow-for-blow and the release of the new AEW Fight Forever game will no doubt lay down a gauntlet in the gaming sphere as well.
With a major PPV event announced for Wembley Stadium, the hype around AEW is growing exponentially, but one thing remains a black mark against their name.
A release date has finally been announced and the hype train is very much starting to thunder out of the station.
With that in mind, let's take a look at everything we know about AEW Fight Forever.
LATEST - Release Date CONFIRMED
A release date has finally been set for AEW Fight Forever!
AEW Fight Forever will release on June 29, meaning there's only a month to wait until this game releases.
A game that has been shrouded in mystery since its reveal, AEW Fight Forever has been highly anticipated but has come under fire for a lack of clarity.
With a release date incredibly close to being confirmed, we could finally see the wheels start moving on this major wrestling title.
AEW Fight Forever PC
The biggest question everyone will have is surrounding the game's release date.
With little information showcased, it's become clear that the game has needed extra development time, as well as dealing with legal battles currently in play.
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As of now, the game has been confirmed to release on June 29, meaning there's not long to wait until you can get your hands on this brand-new game.
Will AEW Fight Forever be on PC?
Good news PC players, AEW Fight Forever has been confirmed as a PC release.
Once the formal announcement was made, we learned AEW Fight Forever will be available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
On top of that, the game will have a standardized $59.99 price point across all platforms with no price hike on next gen editions.
We don't yet know if AEW Fight Forever will have any sort of Deluxe Edition with extra content or Early Access, but the standard edition is already available for pre order.
Fans who hope to be notified when an official release date is announced may also want to wishlist AEW Fight Forever on Steam.
All Confirmed Roster Members
As for the growing AEW Fight Forever roster, we've now got upwards of 23 different wrestlers expected to make the cut at launch.
The following characters are officially confirmed for the AEW Fight Forever roster:
- Chris Jericho
- Kenny Omega
- Hikaru Shida
- Matt Jackson (The Young Bucks)
- Nick Jackson (The Young Bucks)
- Darby Allin
- Jungle Boy
- Nyla Rose
- Kris Statlander
- Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.
- CM Punk
- Jon Moxley
- "Hangman" Adam Page
- Yuka Sakazaki
- Adam Cole
- Paul Wight
- Thunder Rosa
- Jade Cargill
- Maxwell Jacob Friedman
- Orange Cassidy
- Bryan Danielson
The biggest early detail to leak may be that one Xtralife listing revealed the full AEW Fight Forever cover design just ahead of the official announcement.
As seen below, they unveiled a combo cover featuring CM Punk at the center with Kenny Omega, Chris Jericho, Jon Moxley, Jade, and Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. around him.
However, the increasingly complicated situation with CM Punk's potential departure from All Elite Wrestling may see some changes.
Previously unveiled cover star CM Punk was missing entirely from the trailer, and that included a final image similar to previously shown box art for the game.
We've got more details here on what this move could mean for the AEW Fight Forever cover and CM Punk's presence in the title.
That potential cover now sits in limbo with the noted absence of CM Punk from the latest trailer.