AEW is clearly planning to make it in the video game market just like their rival WWE. Their console game is still in development. Tony Khan is giving his best to make an incredible product, and they laid down some things in Pittsburgh this week.
After AEW Dynamite tonight in Pittsburgh, Justin Roberts led the crowd in some chants for the AEW console video game. In the clip below, fans can be seen chanting “Aubrey Edwards” alongside the announcer. Tony Khan was also out there, and he referred to the game as “AEW: Fight Forever.”
They recorded chants, footage, and audio included in the upcoming AEW game. Some of the chants recorded were “FTR,” “Cash,” “Dax,” “Boom,” “Bay Bay,” “Adam Page,” and “Sting.”
The game is only announced for consoles, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, & Xbox Series X | S. It is confirmed to have cross-platform gameplay, meaning fans can play with their friends regardless of the console differences. Yuke’s Pacific, who is responsible for developing some classic WWE video games, is in charge for creating this upcoming offering.
It remains to be seen how these chants and reaction footage will be implemented in the game. But one thing is for certain, AEW has a lot to learn from the criticism of WWE 2K games to make their mark in the gaming industry. More details regarding the game remain scarce, but we will surely keep you updated at Ringside News once they are available.
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