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AEW: Fight Forever Features and Screenshots Leaked

AEW Fight Forever

AEW: Fight Forever

AEW: Fight Forever Features and Screenshots Leaked

Earlier this morning Amazon posted pre-order listings for AEW: Fight Forever along with some features and screenshots. Most the listings have been pulled, but Gematsu managed to grab the details.

Below are some of the AEW: Fight Forever features. It will also include a deep career mode, ability to customize wrestlers, AEW arenas and more.

  • Combines nostalgic arcade wrestling feel with innovative All Elite Wrestling finishers and offensive moves.
  • Talent roster combines biggest legends to enter the ring pus brand new, high-flying AEW stars!
  • Single, tag-team, three-way, four-way, ladder, Casino Battle Royale, Falls Count Anywhere, Unsanctioned Lights Out, Exploding Barbed Wire Death, and online cooperative multiplayer matches!
  • Online co-op multi-player!
  • Tag team matches feature a sequence of team maneuvers performed with simple commands.

AEW: Fight Forever looks to be releasing for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC and Nintendo Switch. Check out the screenshots courtesy of xtralife.

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  1. Looks okay (giving off No Mercy vibes), but I need to see gameplay before I think about a purchase.
    A lot has changed over the two or three years development of the title. I wonder if it'll suffer a lot of the same (outdated) roster issues that 2K22 did?
    Anyway, it's great that we'll have another wrestling game very soon (plus all the indy titles).
    Official HQ of Bills Backer/Spurs Nation
    I actually like the graphics better this way and it definitely gives off No Mercy / Revenge vibes. If they can just have the same game play style, that's all I need. I pre-ordered the NWO 4 Life 2k22 version and I'm already bored of the game play even though the graphics are great and it has a ton of wrestlers. The simulation 2K gameplay is just not fun period.
    J_Posse
    Looks okay (giving off No Mercy vibes), but I need to see gameplay before I think about a purchase.
    A lot has changed over the two or three years development of the title. I wonder if it'll suffer a lot of the same (outdated) roster issues that 2K22 did?
    Anyway, it's great that we'll have another wrestling game very soon (plus all the indy titles).
    Official HQ of Bills Backer/Spurs Nation

    It's definitely giving off No Mercy vibes. I'm also in the same boat waiting on the gameplay. I have confidence that the gameplay will be good because Yukes' games have been solid in that area, in my opinion anyway. I'm also curious about if they'll have their own version of a creation suite? Graphics look way better than the initial ones when the game was first leaked and talked about.
    Tons of videos that I can only find on Twitter and don't feel like linking them.
    But...it doesn't look great.
    Mini-games is an interesting concept, but it just doesn't look good.
    My interest in this game has gone down to around a 10% but it'll be a day one purchase because I'm a shill.
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    Bard
    https://twitter.com/NhBard/status/1554841796378734597?t=Y4ekX8dVwhlUAXwhde3UYQ&s=19
    Here is the trailer.
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    That can't be the first trailer for the game, can it?
    Just screams low budget. Gotta do better than that especially with how much money has been sunk into this game.
    Mini - games are a complete no - go for me. If I wanted mini - games I'd just play a Mario Party title or something.
    I'm still interested in this title but it's looking like it won't be a day one purchase.
    Official HQ of Bills Backer/Spurs Nation
    Yeah idk. Still doesn't have a release date. Seems to be going for that WWE 2K14 era style, which is good because that's when those games were at their height of popularity, and it's a more realistic goal given that this is their first game. That gameplay doesn't exactly scream "full priced game," but I don't even know what that means in 2022. Plenty of full priced games out there that aren't heavily driven by state of the art graphics lol.
    It honestly looks terrible.
    They spent between $20-$80 million (big range I know lol) on this for a badly produced commercial, and that game?
    Graphics didn't need to be amazing, but they needed to be better than that.
    I understand the mini-games thing because I'm sure they'll start a gaming channel on YouTube like Woods has UUDD and play the mini-games on there.
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    That's just a terrible promo video to introduce the game. I like Britt and Tony together in general, but their back and forth just doesn't fit here.
    Other than that, looks like a game to buy on a sale. DLC pricing probably determines how deep of a sale I'm waiting for though.
    TheShizNo1
    Yeah, I'm sorry, but idk what the hell you guys are seeing that give you No Mercy vibes.
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    The clunky move-to-move transitions in every clip that's come out are kind of a big flashing "guys, remember that game from 20 years ago?!" sign.
    Bard
    Graphics didn't need to be amazing, but they needed to be better than that.

    Better how, though? If they were going for photorealistic then yeah, I can see the criticism. They're clearly going for a stylized realistic look. I think my biggest complaint with what they have so far is a lack of shine on anything. It's like everything's made of clay.
    I think it reminds me of a THQ/Yukes game from like 15 years ago. Might work. If it sells it will have potential to be more polished for next release. Glad we are starting to get alternatives again, like in the good old days.
    TheShizNo1
    Yeah, I'm sorry, but idk what the hell you guys are seeing that give you No Mercy vibes.
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    Finally somebody said it! lol
    But seriously, I have a hard time seeing it as well. It's almost one of those it kinda looks like it at first glance, then you're like, Oh.
    That said, it's looks pretty rough. But I love wrestling and wrestling games, I'll probably get it if it's at least somewhat playable and fun. Career mode sounds interesting.
    PVarck31
    Finally somebody said it! lol
    But seriously, I have a hard time seeing it as well. It's almost one of those it kinda looks like it at first glance, then you're like, Oh.
    That said, it's looks pretty rough. But I love wrestling and wrestling games, I'll probably get it if it's at least somewhat playable and fun. Career mode sounds interesting.

    As I said I think it looks more like an updated 15 year old SVR game than No Mercy to be honest. It'll be interesting to see how it plays. Let's hope it turns out decent and can be more than a one off thing. 😀
    Bard
    It honestly looks terrible.
    They spent between $20-$80 million (big range I know lol) on this for a badly produced commercial, and that game?
    Graphics didn't need to be amazing, but they needed to be better than that.
    I understand the mini-games thing because I'm sure they'll start a gaming channel on YouTube like Woods has UUDD and play the mini-games on there.
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    AEW has had a gaming channel for a long time already. Obviously lots of them stream on Twitch too, but they've played a lot of different stuff on the AEW games channel.
    I miss the Among Us AEW sessions they were fun to watch. Miro was hilarious.
    TheShizNo1
    Yeah, I'm sorry, but idk what the hell you guys are seeing that give you No Mercy vibes.
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    Thank you. No Mercy and most of those N64 wrestling games were slow paced and more sim. This looks like the PlayStation smackdown games which were arcade. In fact it looks like the WWE games before 2K got on board with Yukes.
    m1ke_nyc
    Thank you. No Mercy and most of those N64 wrestling games were slow paced and more sim. This looks like the PlayStation smackdown games which were arcade. In fact it looks like the WWE games before 2K got on board with Yukes.
    Which era of those games, though?
    They had the original Smackdown titles until Here Comes the Pain, then Smackdown vs. RAW until 2011 (which released in 2010) and finally WWE '12 & '13.
    I'd say it looks like it plays like the earlier Smackdown titles, but we'll have to see extended gameplay to get a stronger grasp of its style.
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    m1ke_nyc
    Thank you. No Mercy and most of those N64 wrestling games were slow paced and more sim. This looks like the PlayStation smackdown games which were arcade. In fact it looks like the WWE games before 2K got on board with Yukes.

    Unrelated to the overall point here, but we really have to retire the phrase "more sim" when it comes to wrestling games. People overused it for real sports and it doesn't mean anything anymore, but it means even less in the wrestling genre.
    SmashMan
    Unrelated to the overall point here, but we really have to retire the phrase "more sim" when it comes to wrestling games. People overused it for real sports and it doesn't mean anything anymore, but it means even less in the wrestling genre.

    You could say more sim for a wrestling game means planning out all your spots like a RTS game.
    PVarck31
    You could say more sim for a wrestling game means planning out all your spots like a RTS game.

    Right. I was going to cite 2K Showcase's objectives and Action Arcade Wrestling's spot-calling as the most "sim" aspects in wrestling games, but I didn't think that would go over well, haha.

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