Matt Cardona and Brian Myers are ready to “figure it out” in the retro wrestling ring.
RetroMania Wrestling, the spiritual successor to the 1991 arcade smash “ WWF WrestleFest,” just added to recently released WWE Superstars to its launch roster.
As first reported by the duo themselves on their Major Wrestling Figures podcast, they will be the final launch roster additions to the game which already features names such as the Road Warriors, Nick Aldis, Tommy Dreamer, and even current WWE Superstar, John Morrison.
As first reported by the @MajorWFPod, the final two additions to the launch roster are @TheMattCardona and @myers_wrestling!— RetroMania Wrestling (@RetrosoftStudio) May 15, 2020
The official sequel to the 1991 arcade hit #WrestleFest is making its way to PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. --https://t.co/yBka3BqvzG pic.twitter.com/uLwNJzavZM
Let’s gooooooooo— Brian Myers (@myers_wrestling) May 15, 2020
The game is set for a July 2020 release and will be on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and available on PC via Steam. The game is available for pre-order on both PC and Nintendo Switch at this link.