New AEW videogame trailer



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New AEW videogame trailer

In recent days, the gameplay of AEW: Fight Forever, the first videogame of the Tony Khan Company, was finally shown. The video was commented by Tony Schiavone and Britt Baker, who also announced that a playable demo will be present at Gamescom 2022, the great videogame fair scheduled in Cologne (Germany) from 24 to 28 August.

The title was in fact made in partnership with the Japanese Yuke's, which many remember for "SmackDown: Here Comes The Pain!", Considered by many to be the best WWE videogame ever made. But that's not all, because Hideyuki "Geta" Iwashita, creative defender of the legendary WWF: No Mercy, released on Nintendo 64, is also involved in the project.

In the past few hours, new details have emerged online, including the possible cover portraying CM Punk, Chris Jericho, Britt Baker, Jon Moxley, Kenny Omega and Jade Cargill.

AEW Fight Forever will be playable soon

In the video game, as already confirmed in the past, there will also be Cody Rhodes despite his passage into WWE in April.

The American Nightmare was in fact for three years a fundamental part of Tony Khan's Company (AEW) and its videogame features had already been scanned. Although many continue to criticize the video game's graphics, which appear obsolete by current standards, Kenny Omega has promised an arcade feel that will not disappoint fans.

His intention is not to compete with the 2K franchise, but to give players a real alternative. In addition to the roster available at launch, there will also be DLCs in the months to come, a formula that has also been tested by WWE video games.

Apparently, the videogame will offer players different match modes: single, tag-team, 3-way, 4-way, ladder, Casino Battle Royale, Falls Count Anywhere, Unsanctioned Lights Out, Exploding Barbed Wire Death and encounters in online co-op.

At the moment, the release date of Fight Forever has not yet been confirmed, but it is assumed that it will arrive on the shelves by the end of the year (probably in December). From 2020 to 2021, AEW became the number one promotion for wrestlers to jump into.

Former WWE Smackdown Tag Team Champion Erick Redbeard talked about AEW: "I got no answer to any of these questions. They’re all great questions, but, ‘Will you’ – but like I said, storyline wrestling is what I want, if the storyline works out in the future for both parties then I’m more than welcome to do it. But, ‘will you sign?’ That’s such a question," Redbeard said.