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AEW Fight Forever Stadium Stampede mode release date CONFIRMED

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In a thrilling revelation, AEW President Tony Khan has confirmed the launch date for the much-anticipated Stadium Stampede mode in the AEW Fight Forever console game.

The announcement was made even more special as Khan chose the Jacksonville Jaguars’ TIAA Bank Field as the backdrop for this revelation.

This venue holds significance as it was the site for the inaugural Stadium Stampede match during AEW Double or Nothing 2020.

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The AEW Fight Forever Stadium Stampede Mode: What to Expect

The Stadium Stampede mode is not just another addition to the game; it’s an online ‘battle royale’ mode. Fans of the AEW Fight Forever game can expect this mode to be available across all gaming systems by August 24th.

That means the wait is almost over, with the mode set to launch within the next day!

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AEW Fight Forever: A Minor Setback

While the excitement is palpable, there’s a slight hiccup. Eddie Kingston’s team for the upcoming Stadium Stampede match at All In has faced a setback.

One of the team members has unfortunately sustained an injury, which means they won’t be making an appearance in London.

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AEW All In: Monumental Week

This week is shaping up to be one of the most significant in AEW’s history. With the Stadium Stampede mode’s imminent launch and the All In event at Wembley Stadium, fans have a lot to look forward to.

Additionally, AEW’s Fyter Fest is set to go live, ensuring that the wrestling community will be glued to their screens.

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