AEW Fight Forever – We Are Waiting Forever For This Game – NEW UPDATE 12th April

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Wrestling fans around the world have been eagerly anticipating the release of AEW Fight Forever since it was first announced. With promises of the chance to step into the ring with wrestling legends like Kenny Omega and Freshly Squeezed Orange Cassidy, gamers have been chomping at the bit to get their hands on this upcoming brawler.

All Elite Wrestling’s (AEW) first video game offering has been in development for quite some time, but the wait for its release seems to be even longer than expected. Despite the hype surrounding the game’s release, a firm release date has yet to be announced, leaving fans in the dark about when they can expect to play.

While AEW has remained tight-lipped about the release date, the head of AEW, Tony Khan, offered a glimmer of hope during the most recent PPV, AEW Revolution, on March 5th. During an interview, Khan stated that the gaming experience is being carefully refined and polished to ensure that fans have the best possible experience when they finally get to play.

While Khan’s statement was certainly encouraging, it didn’t provide a clear timeline for when the game will be released. AEW has been working with gaming developer, Yuke’s, to create a game that not only captures the essence of AEW’s dynamic wrestling style but also delivers an exceptional gaming experience.

AEW Fight Forever

Taking to Twitter to follow up on the comments made by Khan, Matt Black, the senior editor of Wrestle Zone, asked THQ Nordic’s Global Community Manager known by the handle of Zyddie about AEW Fight Forever’s progress. The manager responded by saying that the first game from the All Elite Wrestling promotion is moving along but the team isn’t ready to confirm a release date just yet.


“The game is in a good state. As soon as we do launch it, I think people will be happy. Then everybody will just forget about all the other stuff, and everybody will be happy and enjoy it. That’s what I’ve been trying to explain to people. Development can already be sorted and stuff, but that doesn’t mean the game is done. There’s still QA. There’s still all these different things that they have to do. I just don’t see how people misunderstand it because — but that might be because I’m part of the industry. So for me, it’s common when people check in with me, ‘Hey, is this ready?’ I’m like, ‘Oh, no, it’s early in publishing stages.”

“Again, I’m part of the industry. So, for me, that’s normal that I don’t expect everything to be instantly done. That is why it annoys me so much when we’re now taking our time. All three houses, Yuke’s, THQ Nordic, and AEW, we’re taking our time. We want to do this the best we can. We make sure it goes through a long QA process and a long submission process. All these things and people are instantly like, ‘Oh, but we want the game now.’ Yeah, but you can’t have both. You can’t have a game that’s out right away and then have a good game. There’s only one of those things that actually matter that works and that matters.”

Fans were elated to hear that the development of the game is still underway, but the lack of a confirmed release date has caused some frustration. With no indication of when AEW Fight Forever will be released, fans will have to continue waiting patiently for any updates from the developers.


Despite the lack of information about AEW Fight Forever’s release date, fans are still eagerly anticipating the game’s debut. The hype surrounding the game’s release continues to grow, and the wrestling world is buzzing with anticipation for the chance to step into the ring with some of the sport’s biggest stars.

AEW Fight Forever

In conclusion, AEW Fight Forever’s release date remains a mystery, leaving fans waiting in anticipation. While there is no confirmed release date, fans can rest assured that the team behind the game is working hard to ensure that it will be worth the wait.


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