PS4

Today Spike Chunsoft announced the western release dates for its PS4 ports of its wrestling game Fire Pro Wrestling World.

The game will start in North America on August 28th, and also in Japan on August 31st. The very first run of the game will incorporate a New Japan Pro-Wrestling bonus almanac.

Should you’re unfamiliar with the game, which marked the return of the old and magnificent Fire Pro Wrestling franchise relationship all the way back to 1989 and the glorious days of the PC Engine, you can read a record of official attributes below.

  • Modes include Deathmatch (steel cage, barbed wire, or landmines), MMA rules, no-holds resisted gruesome battling, and SWA homebrew rules that blend professional wrestling and MMA.
  • Make your dream wrestler out of over a thousand devastating moves, and even more body components, to struggle for custom championship belts. Personalize the ring, mat symbols, and even the referee!
  • Give your inventions characters using a strong system which defines their every action. Is it true that your wrestler play to the crowd, or play dirty? You supply actors for your ringside play with.
  • Discuss your custom wrestlers along with other players, arrange exhibition games, tournaments, leagues, championship spells, and conflict royals with players from all over the world.

If you would like ’t want to await the PS4 variation, the name is currently accessible on Steam for PC. On the flip side, the variant on Sony’s console can already be pre-ordered on Amazon.

If you wish to see more regarding the game, then you can take a look at a batch of screenshots below, and a current trailer of the PS4 version printed around the Game Developers Conference.


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