The AEW video game release date is on the minds of many, especially after the industry-changing All Out 2021 show wrapped up on Sept. 5.
All Elite Wrestling broke the internet when Phil "CM Punk" Brooks returned to professional wrestling for the first time in over seven years at Rampage: The First Dance. It then followed up with four major reveals at its All Out show. Minoru Suzuki showed up to confront Jon Moxley, Ruby Soho, FKA Ruby Riott in WWE, debuted earning a shot at the AEW Women's Champion Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D., and then Adam Cole and Bryan Danielson showed up after the main event.
AEW has announced that a video game is in the works, but when exactly can fans expect it?
AEW Video Game Release Date: When is it?
AEW's video game, as of writing, does not have a confirmed release date. It also doesn't have an official title yet. It's safe to say the hype surrounding the game is at an all-time high considering who's joined the promotion in the past couple of weeks.
The latest teaser was published June 18 showcasing Darby Allin's in-game character. AEW World Champion Kenny Omega narrates over the video as well. Fans of wrestling video games were excited to hear that Yuke's is working on the project as well. The company has a long history of working on wrestling games.
It's expected that the game will launch on now-current generation consoles, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Unfortunately, no release date has been announced. But, expect more information on the title as the year continues.