AEW didn’t take very long to get their video game division started after opening their doors. They released a couple mildly-received phone apps, but a console game took a lot longer than anyone anticipated.
By the time AEW Fight Forever came out, Cody Rhodes was already in WWE. Some gamers saw that as embarrassing for AEW and an incredible flex for the American Nightmare that he appeared in AEW and WWE’s video games in 2023. Now, it appears that the reception for Fight Forever is being seen in the clearance section.
Physical copies of AEW Fight Forever on Nintendo Switch have already started popping up in the clearance section at Walmart. The games are going for $10 is they have made their way to the section.
Walmart also does secret clearance items sometimes, where they internally mark down a video game’s price without sending out a notice to re-sticker the item. So, it might be worth a scan just in case you want to check on that price if they haven’t changed it in the store.
AEW Fight Forever is still listed at $55 on the Walmart website. As of this writing, the Nintendo Switch is the only console that has been spotted in the clearance section. Walmarts are also regional in terms of pricing, so this price may depend on that as well.
We will have to see what kind of noise AEW is able to make in the future for Fight Forever. After waiting so long for the game to drop, and a lackluster reception from online critics, it seems that fans aren’t as enthusiastic about the game as Tony Khan might have liked.
What’s your take on AEW Fight Forever? Would you pay $10 for it? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!