It seems that the console game All Elite Wrestling (AEW) starts before we think, as it is always reliable Sean Ross Sapp from Fightful informed that the project aims for a launch date at the end of September. If the Yukes or AEW Games have not officially confirmed the news, Sapp has a great story regarding free wrestling news, and it’s very likely that an announcement will be made.
Sapp has previously reported that the AEW console game will have a history mode with the departure of more players from the company. AEW’s executive vice president, Kenny Omega, is very practical with the game and expects to bring many features that fans associate with modern wrestling titles, including community creations and online games.
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The AEW console game was announced in 2020 with close-ups of games featuring Chris Jericho, Kenny Omega and Hikaru Shida. Pictures of the game since then have also been revealed to Jurassic Express Jungle Boy member and former TNT champion Darby Allin, and it is likely that more announcements will be made later or sooner.
Since its inception in 2019, All Elite Wrestling has expanded its list and now includes popular wrestlers like CM Punk, The Hardys and Bryan Danielson, just to name a few. It will be interesting to see how the AEW console game competes with WWE 2K22 and closes in September.
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