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AEW: Fight Forever to be available on PC, new footage released

In-game footage of Nyla Rose vs. Kris Statlander has been released.
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AEW: Fight Forever will be released on PC in addition to consoles.  

Evil Uno hosted a Twitch video on Wednesday and revealed more information about the game as well. He confirmed it will be titled "AEW: Fight Forever" as Tony Khan stated during the company's show in Pittsburgh last month. Uno also revealed the game will be available on PC in addition to consoles. 

In-game footage of Kris Statlander wrestling Nyla Rose with Aubrey Edwards as referee was shown. Statlander's model in the game was as her "Galaxy's Greatest Alien" gimmick. 

Previous in-game footage featured Darby Allin, Kenny Omega, Chris Jericho, Hikaru Shida, and Jungle Boy. 

According to a report from Fightful, the video game is expected to be released in September. The roster size is believed to be around 50 wrestlers. 

While not officially confirmed, Owen Hart will possibly be included in the game. In a press release last September, AEW revealed its collaboration with The Owen Hart Foundation will allow for, “the production of unique and original Owen Hart merchandise, including specified retail goods as well as the upcoming AEW console video game.”