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AEW: Fight Forever update 1.08

AEW: Fight Forever is back with a new update, and version 1.08 is now here.

Noteworthy this time around are new CAW customizations, party functionality, and new match types for Stadium Stampede. Numerous fixes are also a part of the patch.

Here’s the full rundown:

AEW Fight Forever update 1.07

AEW: Fight Forever dropped its latest update today in the form of version 1.07. Patch notes are available.

A few additions are included here such as the “Add Released Teams” feature in the Custom Team menu and a menu to customize materials for CAW parts. Aside from DLC minigames, all minigames are also now unlocked from the start. Balance adjustments have been implemented alongside a ton of fixes, including some specifically for Switch.

Here’s the full rundown:

AEW: Fight Forever Stadium Stampede

Starting today, AEW: Fight Forever players can access a new Stadium Stampede mode as part of the game’s latest update.

The mode pits 30 wrestlers against one another inside a football stadium with “never before seen weapons and the ability to ride horses and drive golf carts and other vehicles.” It is free to everyone who own the actual game.

AEW Fight Forever frame rate resolution

AEW: Fight Forever recently landed on a bunch of platforms including Switch, and Digital Foundry has now shared a technical analysis that goes over various aspects including frame rate and resolution.

Strictly talking about Nintendo’s console, the resolution isn’t great and the graphics have been scaled down. While that may sound disappointing, the frame rate seems to be steady which is very much important.

AEW: Fight Forever update 1.11

THQ Nordic has announced one of the first updates for AEW: Fight Forever, which puts the game at version 1.11. It’s starting to roll out on different platforms but Switch will have to wait a bit longer.

The new update largely contains a number of different bug fixes. We have the full patch notes below.

AEW: Fight Forever Switch gameplay

Switch got a new wrestling game this week with AEW: Fight Forever, and new gameplay is now available. Footage shows Casino Battle Royale, a Tag Team Match, and more.

Additional information about the title can be found in the following overview:

AEW Fight Forever trailer

AEW: Fight Forever has officially released, and a final launch trailer is now here. The new wrestling title comes from THQ Nordic and Yukes.

Everything you need to know is included in the following overview:

AEW Fight Forever Tag Team

THQ Nordic and All Elite Wrestling (AEW) today shared the latest trailer for AEW: Fight Forever that shows off the Tag Team mode. This comes ahead of the official release later this month.

Here’s a brief overview:

AEW: Fight Forever release date

The wait for AEW: Fight Forever is almost over, as the game has secured a final release date. THQ Nordic and Yukes have confirmed that the title is heading to Switch on June 27, 2023.

AEW: Fight Forever was initially revealed last August. Most recently, it had a general 2023 launch window.

AEW: Fight Forever MJF

THQ Nordic and Yukes have issued a new AEW: Fight Forever trailer focusing on one of the game’s wrestlers, “The Salt of the Earth” Maxwell Jacob Friedman (MJF).

For a recap on the game, check out the following overview:

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