The Stadium Stampede mode of AEW Fight Forever provides some absurd moments
The "Stadium Stampede" mode of AEW Fight Forever is a hit, where fans enjoy the exciting features and fun gameplay in videos on social media.AEW Fig...
The "Stadium Stampede" mode of AEW Fight Forever is a hit, where fans enjoy the exciting features and fun gameplay in videos on social media.
AEW Fight Forever is taking a bold step to surpass the popular video game franchise of WWE by offering an arcade wrestling experience.
In the "Stadium Stampede" mode, players can use a variety of weapons and tools to eliminate opponents, showcasing creativity and maximizing the chaotic gameplay.
AEW Fight Forever recently released the "Stadium Stampede" mode for free, and fans are thoroughly enjoying the exciting features and gameplay it offers. Although it has been available for less than a week, social media is filled with gameplay videos showcasing some of the most absurd and funniest moments, which have made AEW Fight Forever, and specifically the mode, an instant hit.
Since its inception, the wrestling promotion has ambitiously tried to compete with established companies like WWE and TNA. With the new Stadium Stampede mode, AEW Fight Forever has taken a bold step to surpass the popular video game series of WWE and other wrestling video games. AEW Fight Forever is the franchise game for PC and consoles, and while the newer WWE games have focused on simulation-based gameplay, AEW has decided to embrace the path of arcade wrestling, something that WWE has experimented with and tested in their previous video games.
Gamers who have enjoyed popular game modes like "Backstage Brawl" and "Falls Count Anywhere" are delighting in the Stadium Stampede mode in AEW Fight Forever. They can also play as former WWE stars who are now part of AEW, including legends like The Hardy Boys, Christian, CM Punk, Chris Jericho, and a few others. Stadium Stampede is based on the eponymous match at AEW: Double or Nothing 2020, a five-on-five contest where wrestlers competed against each other in EverBank Stadium in Jacksonville. However, the game mode features a 30-man Battle Royal instead of a five-on-five match, making it even more interesting and chaotic.
A Reddit user named CartierFramez has posted a video on the AEWFightForever subreddit, showcasing gamers in the Stadium Stampede mode of AEW Fight Forever utilizing a variety of weapons, tools, and much more against their opponents. The safe zone tightens every second, and three wrestlers engage in combat, wielding a snow shovel, a golf club, and other glowing tools. To secure a victory or eliminate another wrestler, players must strike other wrestlers until their health bar is depleted, ultimately delivering some of the best finishers in AEW Fight Forever.
Another Reddit post by GuitarJesse shows a wrestler driving a golf cart through the stadium, plowing through a pile of money, grabbing a few power-ups, and ultimately running over three wrestlers. It's truly amazing and simultaneously hilarious to witness gamers maximizing their creativity and attacking each other with everything they have in the Stadium Stampede match. Despite the gameplay issues that most gamers face while playing the game, Stadium Stampede seems to be a really cool idea and could be a game-changer for AEW Fight Forever, potentially paving the way for future titles.
AEW Fight Forever is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.