AEW: Fight Forever Casino Battle Royale Trailer Released

Players will be able to fight their way to the top of the Casino Battle Royale foodchain with the release of YUKE’s and THQ Nordic’s AEW: Fight Forever.

Casino Battle Royal provides a modified “rumble rules battle royale” ruleset that involves 21 wrestlers. In this title, “Casino” refers to the special “deck of cards” entry system that will be used in this match mode, with wrestlers divided into suits.

When a wrestler’s card is called, they will enter the ring and must eliminate their opponents by throwing them over the top rope. Once eliminated, they are out of the match, and the battle continues until only one remains.

See it for yourself with the trailer below:

AEW: Fight Forever | Casino Battle Royale Trailer

The game will come out on June 29 for consoles and PC.

Source: Press Release
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