AEW’s upcoming console video game has been in development for a very long time now. Fans are waiting on a date now, and they might have an answer soon enough. While they wait, we have more updates on the upcoming game.

Despite the game’s initial announcement in November 2020, AEW Games has yet to reveal a definitive release date for AEW Fight Forever. That being said, several individuals have taken to social media to share posts indicating that the game is now available for pre-download on consoles.

A leak has revealed a list of achievements for the game, notably featuring a ‘Road To Elite’ mode, which many speculate to be a career mode. You can check out that video below.

In early May, it was reported that all promotional materials for Fight Forever had been finalized. While waiting for the green light to start full promotion, sources from the promotional team disclosed that they have not been informed of the specific timing for this phase.


Additionally, Insider Gaming reported a potential end-of-June release date for the game, although no official confirmation has been made at this time. Yet, AEW fans are still waiting for an official date.

AEW has advertised a major announcement to be made by Tony Khan on the upcoming edition of Dynamite on Wednesday, May 17th. However, it is expected that this announcement will revolve around television rights and the highly anticipated new Collision Saturday weekly television show, rather than specific details about the Fight Forever game.

We will have to see when we receive more information about the game, but at least we are getting a bit of an update with this leak.

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