AEW Fight Forever Details Including Tag Teams, Road To Elite, And More

AEW Fight Forever Details

AEW Fight Forever launches on June 29 and Insider Gaming has learned some more information about what’s in the game from those who’ve had time to play it thus far ahead of release.

There’s a lot to get into, so rather than draw it out, everything we know about the game based on what we’ve seen and been told is simply listed below. This information covers the creation suite, the game’s roster, Road To Elite, and more.

The list will be updated as we’re given and confirm more information. Bolded items are the latest added.

Creation Suite

  • There are only four tag teams actually created in the game. However, the call names for other teams like the Blackpool Combat Club, The Butcher & The Blade, Chaos Project, and more are in the game, allowing players to go in and create the team themselves.
  • There are 8-bit versions of wrestlers’ themes that players can use as entrance music for their created wrestlers and when editing current wrestlers
  • When creating a team or wrestler, you will get a “Signed with AEW” graphic like the company puts out on social media
  • There are 17 hairstyles for men; 12 for women created wrestlers
  • There is no face morphing, you are given eight face types to choose from for men. Four for women.
  • For body, you can set your height, fat, muscle, and weight.
  • There are 57 different bottom attires for male CAWs
  • CAW Attire options:
    • Upper Body: Left Arm, Right Arm, Left Wrist, Right Wrist, Accessory, Scars
    • Lower Body: Bottom, Left Knee, Right Knee, Footwear
  • For “Create An Arena” there are eight stage designs
  • “Create An Arena” doesn’t allow custom designs for your mat, ring posts, ring aprons, barricades, etc. Instead, it’s all from an available list of options
  • There are entrance motions for a number of wrestlers not in the game, even some from other companies such as AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura, and Rey Mysterio
  • The F5 is called the “Diverticulitis”

Game Modes

  • “Road to Elite” follows a simple premise. It starts at Double or Nothing. From there, players do four weeks of events followed by the All Out pay-per-view (PPV); four weeks and the Full Gear PPV; four weeks and the Revolution PPV; and four weeks and the Double or Nothing PPV before it ends. It encompasses a year of events in what becomes four months in-game to alleviate time gaps. One source said you can finish a “Road to Elite” run within just a few hours.
  • The build to each PPV contains three different paths that you’ll unlock as you play
  • Online features Ranked, Casual, and Private Matches


  • As you may have guessed from what you’ve seen, there are no “full entrances” for wrestlers
  • Cody Rhodes has the Codyvator entrance
  • You can remap controls
  • For Casino Battle Royale, if you select “Group Suit”, you select what “suit” you are rather than a specific wrestler. You can select the wrestlers in each suit. There is an option to select “Solo Suit” which will let you choose a specific wrestler.
  • Christian Cage doesn’t have his actual theme song
  • Exploding Barbed Wire Death Matches have the explosion early on in the match (from what I was shown, at least) and then the match can continue after the explosion happens.
  • One-on-One matches give you an option for “Normal”, “Lights Out”, or “Falls Count Anywhere”
  • You can choose your referee in the game’s options.
  • Ladder Matches feature a button-mashing prompt to pull the belt down

AEW Fight Forever launches June 29 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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