The highly anticipated AEW console video game finally has a name.
This week’s AEW Dynamite and Rampage was recorded in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from the Petersen Events Center.
Following last night’s tapings, All Elite Wrestling President Tony Khan came out to address the crowd prior to the company recording some content for their upcoming video game release. Khan revealed to the crowd that the title for the highly anticipated AEW video game will be called “AEW: Fight Forever.”
Additionally, they recorded some live crowd reactions and chants to use in the AEW: Fight Forever video game. The chants that were recorded were: “FTR,” “Aubrey Edwards,” “Cash,” “Dax,” Adam Page,” “Sting,” “BOOM,” and “Bay Bay.”
According to a recent report from Fightful, the AEW: Fight Forever video game release is expected for September 2022. The game is being developed by Yuke’s, a renowned Japanese studio, and is planned to launch across the following platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, & Xbox Series X | S. Currently there has been no word on whether or not the upcoming title will eventually be released on other platforms like PC or the Nintendo Switch.
Back in March, AEW filed to trademark “Fight Forever,” under the goods and services category, with the intent for the following uses:
Downloadable game software; Downloadable computer game software; Downloadable electronic game software; Downloadable interactive game software; Video game discs; Downloadable video game programs; Downloadable video game software; Recorded video game programs; Recorded video game software
We will keep you updated as more information about the upcoming “AEW: Fight Forever” console video game becomes available.
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