Fire Pro Wrestling World DLC plans announced

Manage your own pro wrestling organization.

Fire Pro Wrestling World

Spike Chunsoft has announced downloadable content plans for Fire Pro Wrestling World, which consists of three post-launch add-ons adding a new mode and two new scenarios.

Get the details below.

DLC #1: “Fire Promoter” Mode

  • Release Date: Fall 2018
  • Price: 2,160 yen

The popular mode from previous Fire Pro games where players manage a pro wrestling organization returns. It is called “Fire Promoter.” Launch an original organization all your own, hire wrestlers, train and strengthen them, collaborate with other organizations, put on shows, sell goods, and more in this detailed pro wrestling organization management experience.

DLC #2: “Junior Heavyweight Story”

  • Release Date: Fall 2018
  • Price: 1,600 yen

Experience the world of New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Junior Heavyweight division from 2017 to 2018 in this new scenario. Accompanying the new scenario, many Junior Heavyweight wrestlers will be appear.

Wrestlers planned to appear include:

  • Jushin Thunder / Liger
  • Tiger Mask IV
  • Jado
  • Will Ospreay
  • SHO
  • YOH
  • Rocky Romero
  • Barretta
  • Yujiro Takahashi
  • Dragon Lee
  • and more!

DLC #3: New Story

Details will be announced at a later date.

Fire Pro Wrestling World Digital Deluxe Edition

As previously announced, a Digital Deluxe Edition including the game and the Season Pass will be available alongside the standard digital edition. The Season Pass will provide access to all three post-launch downloadable add-ons.

Fire Pro Wrestling World is available now for PC via Steam, and will launch for PlayStation 4 on August 9 in Japan and August 28 in North America. The PlayStation 4 release will include the New Japan Pro-Wrestling Story Mode, which will also be added to the PC version.

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