AEW Fight Forever is finally giving players a better idea of what's to come, but one of those previews arrived a bit too soon.
Thanks to one lucky leak, you can see the AEW Fight Forever trailer in full right now with a first look at gameplay and several mini games.
AEW Fight Forever trailer leaked ahead of THQ Nordic Showcase
While THQ Nordic and AEW Games had a clear plan on how they'd reveal AEW Fight Forever to the world, a few outlets have accidentally sped up that process.
THQ Nordic has a digital showcase scheduled for Friday, August 12, 2022, and that's when most expected the AEW Fight Forever reveals to arrive.
However, the floodgates first cracked when retailers started setting up pre order listings for AEW Fight Forever ahead of that announcement.
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First, the AEW Fight Forever cover art, full game description, and several screenshots leaked when Xtralife and Amazon listings went live.
This time, the Xbox Store has accidentally uploaded the full trailer more than a week before the showcase reveal, and you can watch it below.
The above leaked trailer is our best glimpse yet, as we see more gameplay featuring Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. and Adam Cole (bay bay).
We also got our first look at mini games including a form of kendo stick home run derby, one that appears to be a dancing game, and a battle royale to grab coins.
Announcement Trailer & Development Videos
While the new leak is definitely the highest quality reveal we've gotten so far, there are some others that have popped up over the past several months.
Most recently, you can see the AEW Fight Forever announcement trailer below from THQ Nordic which showcases the box art and let's fans hear the beloved "Fight Forever" chant the game was named for.
In addition, there were two character model reveals with some gameplay shown back in May featuring Nyla Rose and Kris Statlander.
Going further back, we got a model reveal and early look at gameplay in September 2021 with this Jungle Boy trailer.
Darby Allin was the first to get a model reveal and development update, which you can see below in the video released back in June 2021.
Lastly, we have the teaser trailer for AEW Fight Forever shown all the way back in November 2020 which announced the game.
You can see the progression of development by looking at each of the videos, as the early ideas they had in mind nearly two years ago have grown into something much cleaner and more enticing.
The footage shown in the leaked trailer is also still labeled as development footage, so they're likely still putting finishing touches on things ahead of the actual launch.
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