Reported by Fightful Select, those left out include: Evil Uno, Jake Hager, Private Party (Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen), The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens and Max Caster), Santana and Ortiz.
This news comes on top of other reports that Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler would not be in the game at launch, but would potentially come later as DLC.
It’s not the news that fans want to hear, though it’s not entirely clear why these exclusions are being made for launch.
Hopefully it becomes the case that more of AEW’s top wrestlers will join the game, though it won’t go down easy for players to see wrestlers who they felt ought to have been in the game at launch, become an extra cost in DLC.
Recent looks of AEW: Fight Forever have been positive, with gameplay looking similar to a No Mercy era of wrestling games.
Source – [Fightful Select]