Fire Pro Wrestling World PS4 Version Development Underway, Leaves Steam Early Access

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If you’re a video game wrestling fan, chances are you’ve played or seen an entry in the Fire Pro Wrestling series before. Those looking forward to the latest entry in the franchise need not look further than Fire Pro Wrestling World; and what’s more, it’s leaving Steam Early Access!

Now available for a launch price of $13.39 until January 4, 2018 on PC, the price will revert back to $19.99 once the promotion is over. Now, that the game is complete, the Fire Pro Wrestling World PS4 version is now moving forward with development!

Check out the changes for the PC version in it’s version 1.0 update.

Offline

  • Fixed bug in Leagues/Tournaments where victory/loss would sometimes not register properly.
  • Fixed bug in Leagues where result screen would show the winning wrestler with the name “No Entry” and fail to display their graphic.
  • Fixed bug in League Mode where the correct wrestlers would sometimes not proceed to the finals.
  • Fixed bug in League Mode where, in a title match, the challenger would sometimes not receive the belt if they won.
  • Fixed bug in League Mode where sometimes the winner of a finals match would not be recorded, forcing you to replay the match.
  • Fixed bug in League Mode where sometimes a finals block would repeat until a wrestler beat everyone else consecutively.
  • League matches now proceed in a more even distribution between wrestlers. (Previously, there was a tendency for a single wrestler to perform all their matches before other wrestlers.)

Edit Mode

  • Added “Overwrite” option to Edit Wrestler load menu.
  • Face part scale arrows now scale at 1% per click. (Previously 2%.)
  • Added 2 more Priority Attack slots to CPU logic. (12 total)
  • Fixed bug preventing certain renamed moves from displaying properly.

Online

  • Added support for four player matches.

Matches

  • Match-specific Match Evaluation criteria implemented for Deathmatches, SWA Rules Match and S-1 Rules Match.

Parts

The following edit parts were added:

  • Face
    • Base Part 698 – Anime female (Normal)
    • Base Part 699 – Anime female (Normal) > Separated
    • Base Part 700 – Anime female (Cool)
    • Base Part 701 – Anime female (Cool) > Separated
    • Base Part 702 – Anime female (Adult)
    • Base Part 703 – Anime female (Adult) > Separated
    • Sub Part 699 (1) – Anime female (Normal) > Eyelashes/eyebrows/pupils
    • Sub Part 699 (2) – Anime female (Normal) > Eyeball and eye highlights
    • Sub Part 699 (3) – Anime female (Normal) > Lipstick
    • Sub Part 701 (1) – Anime female (Cool) > Eyelashes/eyebrows/pupils
    • Sub Part 701 (2) – Anime female (Cool) > Eyeball and eye highlights
    • Sub Part 701 (3) – Anime female (Cool) > Lipstick
    • Sub Part 703 (1) – Anime female (Adult) > Eyelashes/eyebrows/pupils
    • Sub Part 703 (2) – Anime female (Adult) > Eyeball and eye highlights
    • Sub Part 703 (3) – Anime female (Adult) > Lipstick

Moves

The following moves were added:

  • Standing (BIG) > Fierce Low Kick
  • Counter > Toe Kick B
  • Jump From Post > Double Rotation Moonsault
  • Front Grapple (SML) > Toe Kick B
  • Front Grapple (MED) > Short Elbow B
  • Front Grapple (MED) > Jawbreaker B
  • Front Grapple (BIG) > Screw Neckbreaker Drop B
  • Back Grapple (BIG) > Turning Two-Step Knee Kick
  • Back Grapple (BIG) > Full Nelson
  • Opponent Down – Facing Up, Near Head > Running Middle Kick
  • Double Team – Corner Grapple > Double Impact
  • Voice now plays for Counter > Pop-up Jumping Bomb.
  • Changed category for Corner Grapple > Kinniku Buster to [Rear Blow to Head]

If you’re looking forward to an alternative to 2K’s WWE2K franchise, then Fire Pro Wrestling World should fit the bill. Just don’t expect any WWE superstars to make an appearance.

Source: Chunsoft via Gematsu

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