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Samoa Joe drops into AEW: Fight Forever today, with Jay White and Adam Copeland on the way

AEW: Fight Forever is getting a heck of a lot more current in Season 4 of its DLC, and the push begins with World War Joe.

He is kinda like Hulk

AEW: Fight Forever has been out since last June, and since that launch it’s seen a decent amount of DLC, across a total of three ‘seasons’. Fans have gotten the likes of Claudio Castagnoli, Toni Storm, HOOK, and others, plus the addition of some new modes and other bells and whistles. There is, however, still some major AEW talent that’s been left not he cutting room floor.

That looks like it’s changing as of Season 4 though, as the new collection of content kicks off the Samoa Joe, and then will lead into current mega-stars Switchblade Jay White and Adam Copeland. Fans won’t have to wait long to get into the action either, as Joe starts things off for Season 4… today.

You might’ve noticed that there was more than just Joe’s in today’s DLC drop, and there’s a decent amount. The pack includes the new Japanese Shrine map, plus a pair of new attires, and “11 new moves including signature taunts”. But wait, there’s more, as today also sees the arrival of the game’s Elite Beats and Stadium Stampede Expansion.

Not included with the pack and available as a free download, Elite Beats and Stadium Stampede Expansion includes “five new tracks, 20 new skins, and new Stadium Stampede PARTY modes, including Duo Stampede, Quad Stampede, Duo Deathmatch, and Field Goal Frenzy mode for 1-4 players!”

The Season starts now

So now you know that Season 4 begins today, but as mentioned there’s more than just Samoa Joe. Adam Copeland and Jay White will both be getting in on the action, plus developer Yukes will be adding a whole bunch of new options to the creation suite.

Fans patiently waiting for more in that area, will get a total of 30 new move sets, 52 new skin and attire options. Scroll down to take a look.

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