Fire Pro Wrestling World

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Fire Pro Wrestling World is a 2D wrestling simulator. The game was developed and published by Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd. on December 18th, 2017.

If you want to experience the true thrill of wrestling, this is the game for you. The match can be customized in an absurd amount of ways, so players can tailor everything to be as they want it to be. Change your wrestler, change the very ring, and see if you have the skills required to win the championship belt.

Fire Pro Wrestling World comes with online play. Create your own exhibition matches, leagues, tournaments, even champions bouts! Those that want some exciting battle royale fights will also find that mode as well. There's the classic Deathmatch which can be fought in a steel cage that can have barbed wires and landmines in it, a brutal and vicious Gruesome Fighting mode, and all kinds of crazy rules that will mix things like MMA and pro wrestling in order to create a compelling and complex gaming experience.

Over a thousand moves are available in-game for players to create their perfect wrestler, and there's even the option of customizing each of their body parts! You can even create your own custom championship belts, custom rings, mat logos, and custom referees. Thanks to an advanced CPU logic system, wrestlers can be crowd pleasers or determined fighters that will even play dirty in order to win.

The most complex and engaging wrestling experience is waiting for you in Fire Pro Wrestling World.

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Ver.2.15.2 Published PATCH NOTES ・Fixed bug where run-ins could occur during a Ringside Preview. ・Fixed bug where part size adjustment for sized parts based on parts wasn’t applied in the preview window. ・Made damage flags optional for Animation Libraries 3 / 4 for: , ・Fixed issue where position of wrestler/referee in the upload thumbnail would change based on monitor resolution. ・Fixed issue where status of referee would not display when uninstalling parts. ・Ring Edit – Fixed mouse movement iss...






  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible video card with minimum 512MB of VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 4 GB available space


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