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WrestleQuest Releases August 8th Worldwide; New Legends Trailer Shared

Screenshot of WrestleQuest depicting a player at the face paint store

After a slight delay, developer Mega Cat Studios and publisher Skybound Entertainment have announced that sprite-based RPG WrestleQuest will be launching worldwide on August 8th for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4/5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. Additionally, for all of the traditional platforms, it was revealed that the game will be playable on iOS and Android via Netflix!

Mega Cat Studios and Skybound Entertainment also highlight how they worked with actual wrestling legends such as Diamond Dallas Page and WWE Hall of Fame inductee Jeff Jarrett to make sure that the game is as faithful a tribute as possible to “the past, present and future of wrestling”. They even have some shorts on YouTube with the aforementioned legends. It’s great to see the game devs doing their best to be as true to the medium as possible.

Speaking of Legends, there is also a new Legends Trailer for WrestleQuest as seen below:

WrestleQuest Legends Trailer

For more details on WrestleQuest, please visit the game’s official site. Steam also has a demo if you want to check it out before deciding whether or not to preorder the game. We also have a plethora of details and media in all of our previous coverage of the game!

Definitely not to be confused with Wrestle Story, which I admittedly did at first… I’m personally loving the sprite-based graphics, and the game is looking like a ton of fun. It’s great to see that people who love both wrestling and RPGs will get TWO new games with similar premises to play soon! That’s some good eats for those fans.

Please continue to stay tuned to RPGFan for all your wrestling RPG news and needs!

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Alvin Lim

Alvin Lim

Alvin was a news editor who is desperately trying to ween himself off mobile games so he has more time to play console games again. If he's not clicking on Granblue Fantasy, he's either adding more RPGs to his massive backlog, or is taking over 100 hours on a single game in it. When not gaming, he is hanging out, traveling, or cooking with his partner.

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