AEW Fight Forever: All the latest details

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With it being peak hype season in the wrestling world, we want to take a look at the slightly confusing timeline of a brand-new game from AEW.

With a release date now revealed, we can look ahead with optimism for this release, with plenty of exciting features and additions set to drop in the new few days ahead of release.

Whilst it's been a rough ride, we're finally reaching a glorious end, and we can't wait to jump into the brand-new game.

Here's everything we know so far including the finally confirmed AEW Fight Forever release date.

LATEST - AEW Fight Forever Elite Edition

A brand new elite edition has been announced for AEW Fight Forever, with exciting perks and bonuses up for grabs.

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BE ELITE - The elite edition of AEW Fight Forever is available to pre-order now

This edition entitles early access to the game, an exclusive character and attire, as well as access to the Season 1 Season Pass, which will see new DLC characters included.

The full Elite Edition perks are as followed:

  • Early Access on June 28
  • Matt Hardy + Broken Matt Hardy attire
  • Season 1 Pass

Click here for everything you need to know about the Elite Edition.

Release Date CONFIRMED

A release date has finally been set for AEW Fight Forever!

AEW Fight Forever will release on June 29, meaning there's only a month to wait until this game releases.

A game that has been shrouded in mystery since its reveal, AEW Fight Forever has been highly anticipated but has come under fire for a lack of clarity.

With a release date incredibly close to being confirmed, we could finally see the wheels start moving on this major wrestling title.

AEW Fight Forever

The biggest question everyone will have is exactly when the game will arrive, and for some time it's looked like the most likely AEW Fight Forever release date would be September 2022.

This came per a report by Fightful Select, but with no date announced at Gamescom 2022 or Tokyo Game Show, it's become clear the title has needed further development time.

PRE ORDER NOW: Secure your copy of AEW Fight Forever today

As of now, the game has been confirmed to release on June 29, meaning there's not long to wait until you can get your hands on this brand-new game.

Cover Stars

The biggest early detail to leak may be that one Xtralife listing revealed the full AEW Fight Forever cover design just ahead of the official announcement.

As seen below, they unveiled a combo cover featuring CM Punk at the center with Kenny Omega, Chris Jericho, Jon Moxley, Jade, and Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. around him.

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FIRST LOOK: This leaked image shows the AEW Fight Forever cover art

However, the increasingly complicated situation with CM Punk's potential departure from All Elite Wrestling may see some changes.

Previously unveiled cover star CM Punk was missing entirely from the trailer, and that included a final image similar to previously shown box art for the game.

We've got more details here on what this move could mean for the AEW Fight Forever cover and CM Punk's presence in the title.

That potential cover now sits in limbo with the noted absence of CM Punk from the latest trailer.

All Confirmed Roster Members

As for the growing AEW Fight Forever roster, we've now got upwards of 23 different wrestlers expected to make the cut at launch.

The following characters are officially confirmed for the AEW Fight Forever roster:

  • Chris Jericho
  • Kenny Omega
  • Hikaru Shida
  • Matt Jackson (The Young Bucks)
  • Nick Jackson (The Young Bucks)
  • Darby Allin
  • Jungle Boy
  • Nyla Rose
  • Kris Statlander
  • Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.
  • CM Punk
  • Jon Moxley
  • "Hangman" Adam Page
  • Abadon
  • Yuka Sakazaki
  • Adam Cole
  • Paul Wight
  • Thunder Rosa
  • Jade Cargill
  • Maxwell Jacob Friedman
  • Orange Cassidy
  • Sting
  • Bryan Danielson

AEW Fight Forever Ratings

AEW will feature the biggest and best stars in the world of wrestling outside of WWE.

The likes of Kenny Omega and MJF are set to feature as well as a host of other stars from the world of AEW.

With the AEW World Heavyweight title having changed hands plenty of times since AEW Fight Forever's big reveal, the release of ratings will certainly cause some intrigue.

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CLEANING HOUSE - Kenny Omega could top the pile in AEW Fight Forever

Right now, you'd expect stars like MJF, Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley to feature some of the best ratings in the game, but there's no confirmation yet.

No ratings have been confirmed yet for AEW Fight Forever but we will update this page as soon as we know more.

Pre Order, Platforms & Price

Once the formal announcement was made, we learned AEW Fight Forever will be available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

On top of that, the game will have a standardized $59.99 price point across all platforms with no price hike on next gen editions.

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FIRST LOOK: These new images have just leaked via Xtralife

We don't yet know if AEW Fight Forever will have any sort of Deluxe Edition with extra content or Early Access, but the standard edition is already available for pre order.

Fans who hope to be notified when an official release date is announced may also want to wishlist AEW Fight Forever on Steam.

Game Modes & Features


Early details and reports by both Fightful Select and Mike Straw of SGO tipped off that story mode would be a primary focus for AEW Fight Forever, and there were early mentions that creation modes and online multiplayer were also in the works.

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FIRST LOOK: These new images have just leaked via Xtralife

Thanks to the official store listings, we've gotten tons of details confirming game modes, features, and match types for AEW Fight Forever.

These are the core game modes and features that have been confirmed:

  • Deep career mode
  • Wrestler customization
  • Online co-op multiplayer
  • Signature AEW arenas
  • Nostalgic arcade-wrestler feel
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FIRST LOOK: These new images have just leaked via Xtralife

In addition, we know the following match types will be available in AEW Fight Forever:

  • Singles Match
  • Tag Team Match
  • 3-Way Match
  • 4-Way Match
  • Ladder Match
  • Casino Battle Royale
  • Falls Count Anywhere Match
  • Unsanctioned Lights Out Match
  • Exploding Barbed Wire Death Match

Intergender matches and visible blood during hardcore matches were announced early on and have since been confirmed through official trailers.