AEW Games Promises Fight Forever Will Remain Brutal and Exciting

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Yukes filed for an ESRB rating last month.

AEW Games announced that AEW: Fight Forever, the arcade-style wrestling simulation video game developed by AEW and Yukes, will be released for consoles and PC on June 29th. Speculation suggests some adjustments were made to keep the game’s T for Teen rating from the Entertainment Software Rating Board. [1]( [2]( com/AEWGames/status/1358010903255068672?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>February 9, 2021

AEW Games has released new screenshots to show that the blood remains in the upcoming video game, “AEW Fight Forever,” despite worries from wrestling fans. These screenshots confirm the ESRB rating of “Blood, Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco, Violence” from a few months ago. AEW Games tweeted out screenshots of their upcoming game, AEW: Fight Forever, that features blood and an in-game referee. The game is set to be released on June 29, 2023. Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega have been discussing whether or not the game would feature blood. Read more at Cageside Seats and AEW Games Twitter.

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