AEW star and former World Tag Team Champion Kenny Omega has provided an update on the progress of the promotion’s upcoming video game.
There is still no release date set, but Omega explained that it’s coming along nicely and hopefully will be the best wrestling video game on the market.
Speaking with GameSpot, he said:
“The status of the video game is that it is currently in development. I can’t say too much more other than I am working very closely creatively with a team. And every few weeks, they have very exciting new things to show us. And I believe that we’re on the right track because I think we have a good team backing us with a lot of very, very good hands that are very capable. And when I can more, I certainly will. And I’m really excited to show the first little bit of footage that we have.
“So it’s a little ways away. We’re not going to be competing head to head against WWE Battlegrounds anytime soon. But when the game is ready, and when it will release, I think it has a very good chance of standing alone as probably the best wrestling product as a video game that you could probably find on the market. That’s the hope anyway.”
AEW recently filed trademarks that seem to suggest a mobile game was in the works too. It’s unclear whether they are separate projects or if they’re tied together in some way.
WrestleTalk.com will keep you updated with any further updates as they come to light.
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