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AEW: Fight Forever kicks off season 2 today, with The Acclaimed

It’s a special tag team pack of grapplers to kick off season two of AEW: Fight Forever, with Caster and Bowens, AKA The Acclaimed.

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First of all, no, Billy is nowhere to be found here in this new round of DLC wrestlers, dubbed “Dynamite”, for THQ Nordic and Yukes’ AEW: Fight Forever. But while trios action might be out of reach for the current champs (for now), most of The Acclaimed have arrived nonetheless.

The team that ‘everyone loves’ makes up the first drop of content for what’s now season two of content for the promotion’s signature game, delivering the core-squad of Anthony Bowens and Max Caster. The duo have brought a new entrance, fresh taunts and tag moves, and of course… scissors.

Gamers can now hit the scissor with their controllers and play as two-thirds of the reigning AEW World Trios Champions, Anthony Bowens and Max Caster. Caster and Bowens have become AEW fan favorites with Caster’s pop culture-driven freestyle raps down to the ring and their ever-evolving electric catchphrases.

THQ Nordic press release

According to THQ Nordic, AEW: Fight Forever’s second season will be made up of three DLC packs. The Acclaimed are part one of that plan, which’ll presumably offer up an eventual four additional grapplers, since these packs typically drop two characters apiece.

As you can see too, the pair are out now for… almost all platforms. While the Xbox, PlayStation, and PC versions of the game have “Dynamite” as of today, the Switch version is still a ways off with a “later date” cited. If you’d like to get the team into your game, you can grab a download via a’la carte purchase or by buying into the season two pass.

And if you don’t have a copy of the base game, and you’re still on the fence about it, you can see what we thought here, with our review of the PC version.

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