UPDATE: We have a constantly updated roster list for the game at this link.
The updated roster for the AEW Fight Forever video game has been revealed.
All Elite Wrestling recently announced that their first console video game, AEW Fight Forever, will be released on June 29.
There has been plenty of discussion in regards to the roster for the game, but with the release date quickly approaching, more stars have been revealed for the game.
IGN posted its final preview for the video game, and in the video, new additions to the game’s roster were revealed. The following were added:
Andrade El Idolo
Here is a look at the current listed stars for the AEW Fight Forever roster:
Andrade El Idolo
Aubrey Edwards (unlockable)
Cash Wheeler (DLC)
Dax Harwood (DLC)
Jungle Boy Jack Perry
Keith Lee (DLC)
Matt Hardy (Pre-Order bonus)
Matt Hardy (Broken Version) (Pre-Order bonus)
Mr. Brodie Lee (Unlockable)
Paul Wight (Unlockable)
Penta El Zero Miedo
The Bunny (DLC)
AEW Fight Forever will be released on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, and PC on Thursday, June 29. Those who pre-order the Elite Edition will be able to play on Wednesday, June 28.
We invited out some of the best content creators and #AEW stars to play AEW: Fight Forever for the first time at Double or Nothing weekend in Las Vegas. Check out what went down!
— AEW Games (@AEWGames) June 2, 2023
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