AEW Fight Forever Reportedly Coming 'Sooner Than Later' After Multiple Delays

At this point, one could make the argument that "AEW Fight Forever" has become the wrestling video game equivalent of "Chinese Democracy" — the Guns N' Roses album that took a long time to see the light of day. But after all the delaysconflicting reports, and fan speculation on just when the video game could finally be released, it appears that the long wait for "Fight Forever" may finally be on the verge of ending. Fightful Select is reporting that sources within Yukes, the developer for "Fight Forever," are expecting an announcement will be made "sooner than later" regarding the game's release date. No further clarification was provided.


This news comes only a day after a Twitter user noticed that achievements for "Fight Forever" had been posted onto the XBox store; it has since been confirmed the game is available to pre-install on XBox consoles. Furthermore, a report from Insider Gaming revealed that a possible June release date for the game, coinciding with AEWxNJPW Forbidden Door, had been rumored, though that date has yet to be confirmed.

First announced all the way back in November 2020, a potential "Fight Forever" reveal comes at a newsworthy time for AEW. The promotion is expected to have several major announcements tomorrow at the Warner Brothers Discovery upfronts, including a new show on Saturday, "AEW Collision," the return of CM Punk, and a new TV rights deal. According to AEW owner Tony Khan, the announcements are expected to occur during the day on TNT, before being talked about on "AEW Dynamite" that evening.