Tony Khan Provides A General Update On The AEW Console Game

Tony Khan provides an update on the AEW video game.

With WWE set to release 2K22 on March 11, wrestling video games are at the forefront of fans' minds. All Elite Wrestling is preparing its own console video game which remains in development with Yuke’s, the makers of the WWE SmackDown games.

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During his AEW Revolution Media Call, Tony Khan said that the game is being worked on every day and that voice tracks were recorded this week. Furthermore, they are planning on capturing crowd audio for the game at the upcoming AEW Dark taping.

"I don't have any specific update other than they are working every day on it. People were recording voice tracks this week. I think at AEW Dark, we'll be recording some content so anybody who is at Dark, you may end up in the video game as doing some chants, we'll be asking the crowd to give us a hand there, maybe with some people who aren't there, getting their chants in the game. We're plugging away. The console game is still on track and I'm hopeful we'll be able to get more updates on it soon. It's been a major investment and it's something that's really looking to pay off in a major way for us with all the interest in it," Khan said.

Kenny Omega recently provided an update of his own and said that cross-platform play will be featured. Click here to read his full comments.

Elsewhere during the call, Tony commented on Cody Rhodes' exit from the company. Click here to read his remarks.

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