AEW Announces Name For Console Video Game – AEW’s upcoming console video game will be called AEW: Fight Forever, Tony Khan announced after tonight’s Dynamite went off the air.
As seen below, Khan addressed fans in attendance at the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh, alongside announcer Justin Roberts and referee Aubrey Edwards. Khan then revealed the name of AEW’s inaugural console video game.
AEW also recorded chants, footage and audio that will be included in the video game. According to fans, some of the chants recorded were “FTR,” “Cash,” “Dax,” “Boom,” “Bay Bay,” “Adam Page,” and “Sting.”
It remains to be seen how the chants and reaction footage will be implemented in the game.
As noted earlier, the AEW console video game could be released as early as September. The game was initially expected to release in 2023. The video game is scheduled to be released on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One.
AEW filed to trademark “AEW: Fight Forever” for merchandise and video game use on March 21.
Stay tuned for more details.
AEW Announces Name For Console Video Game
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