The SGO Weekly breaks down news that may have gone unnoticed throughout the previous week. In addition to general news, this includes reveals, trailers, and announcements. Check out this week’s breakdown featuring more on the upcoming EA Sports F1 22, AEW: Fight Forever, and more!
SGO Weekly: EA Sports F1 22 & more!
AEW Fight Forever teaser
This week wrestling fans have something new to cheer for. THQ Nordic and All Elite Wrestling confirmed the release of AEW: Fight Forever. The two companies joined forces alongside YUKES’. Together, they will launching AEW Fight Forever for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch. So far, the game has been revealed to include:
- Single Matches
- Ladder Matches
- Casino Battle Royale
- Falls Count Anywhere
- Unsanctioned Lights-Out (allows use of weapons)
- Exploding Barbed Wire Death Matches
- Career Mode
- Wide Range of Customization Modes
- Custom Wrestlers (attire and appearance)
- Custom Move-Sets
- Custom Entrances
- Custom Teams
- Custom Arenas
- Online Multiplayer
KartRider Rush+ partners with Formula E
This week, KartRider Rush+ announced its collaboration with electric car racing tournament “ABB FIA Formula E World Championship” (Formula E). This new partnership brings new themed content and events. The first wave of content is called “GEN 2” and contains a whole other level of e-speed. The new GEN 2 speed race kart is available for purchase until September 1. Players can also collect Formula E shards and exchange them for items such as “Formula E Plate (permanent)” and “Formula E Balloon (20).” Players can earn shards through completing races on 3 WKC tracks until August 19. KartRider Rush+ also gives away “Formula E Decal (8)” to players who login for three days straight between August 12 and August 15.
Turbo Golf Racing launches on PC, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One
This week, Hugecalf Studios and Secret Mode released Turbo Golf Racing on PC, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One via Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview. Turbo Golf Racing offers fast-paced, arcade-style sports-racing up to eight players online. Drivers charge down—or flip and glide over—twisting golf courses teeming with jumps and boost pads. It’s every racer for themselves in first-to-the-flag Grands Prix spread across 30 levels with gameplay-altering Power Cores and devious shortcuts along the way.
Cross-Play Coming to F1 22 This Month
Codemasters and EA announced cross-play will be fully integrated in F1 22 later this month. Before it is fully available, players can race against each other in two separate weekend trials (August 5-7 or August 12-14) via the game’s Social Race and Two-Player Career modes. The highly requested feature aims to improve matchmaking and allow friends to come together regardless of platform. There is also the ability to disable cross-play for those who wish to compete solely against competitors from the same family of devices. Session hosts can invite friends on other platforms via the ‘Invite Friends’ option in the game lobby. Players can review and accept requests while racing by pausing the game and visiting the ‘Invites and Requests’ option.
In other news…
Be sure to check out these other great articles from outside the SGO Weekly.
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- FIFA 23 Career Mode Deep Dive Highlights Personalities and Dynamic Moments
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