Latest On AEW Fight Forever Video Game Release

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Latest On AEW Fight Forever Video Game Release AEW

An update has emerged on the AEW Fight Forever console game, ahead of an official release date announcement.

Despite the game being announced in November 2020, AEW Games have not shared an official release date for Fight Forever.

A number of people have now shared social media posts revealing that Fight Forever is available to pre-download on consoles.

A list of achievements available in the game have been leaked, notably revealing a ‘Road To Elite’ mode which many are expecting to be a career mode. For details on the leaked achievements click here.

It was reported at the beginning of May that all promotional material for Fight Forever had been completed.

The report noted that while it’s now a case of waiting for the green light to begin the full promotion of the game, sources from the promotional team have indicated that they haven’t been told when this will be.

Insider Gaming has also reported that the game will have an end-of-June release date, but there has been no confirmation yet.

AEW has advertised that Tony Khan will make a big announcement on Wednesday’s (May 17) edition of Dynamite, however this announcement is expected to be about TV rights and the new Collision TV show.

Here are full results from the May 10 episode of AEW Dynamite:

Claudio Castagnoli def. Rey Fenix

Miro returned and walked into Tony Khan’s office

An MJF video package mentioned CM Punk – the first time Punk has been mentioned on AEW TV since All Out

Mark Briscoe announced as the special guest referee for FTR vs Jay Lethal & Jeff Jarrett at Double Or Nothing

Thunder Rosa returned and, like Miro, walked into Tony Khan’s office

Tony Khan says he has a huge announcement next week

Orange Cassidy def. Daniel Garcia to retain the AEW International Championship

Julia Hart def. Anna Jay in a No Holds Barred match

House of Black def. Best Friends & Bandido to retain the AEW World Trios Championship

Jon Moxley def. Kenny Omega in a Steel Cage match after Don Callis turned on Omega and attacked him with a screwdriver

For a list of names confirmed for AEW Fight Forever, click here.

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