RetroMania Wrestling finally has a release date.
The spiritual successor to the 1991 arcade classic, WWF WrestleFest, is on its way to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam, and will be released on Friday, February 26, 2021.
The announcement came in the form of a new developers vlog released on the morning of Sunday, November 15, 2020. Along with the release date announcement, it was also revealed that several YouTubers will be featured in some form or fashion. The Game Chasers, RGT 85, and John Riggs will all be involved with the game in the new “Too Many Games” arena.
It was also announced that, at some point in the game's life, a physical copy will come via Limited Run Games.
Regarding the delay, Michael Hermann revealed that he underestimated the rigors of development and made mistakes along the way, a developer left the project, and, of course, COVID.
The Legion of Doom, Matt Cardona, Brian Myers, Tommy Dreamer, Jeff Cobb, Zack Sabre Jr., Austin Idol, John Morrison, and more will all be playable in the new game coming on Friday, February 26.
You can pre-order the game for both the Nintendo Switch and PC at this link.
Due to policies from Sony and Microsoft, they are unable to list pre-orders for RetroMania Wrestling for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. These will appear in their respective online shops approximately 30 days ahead of the release date
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