The Basics of Fire Pro Wrestling World
If you are a fan of professional wrestling, you might have heard of Fire Pro Wrestling World. It is a wrestling video game that has been praised for its realistic simulation, extensive customization, and online multiplayer. But what exactly is Fire Pro Wrestling World? How do you play it? And why should you give it a try? In this article, we will answer these questions and more. We will cover everything you need to know about this game, from its features and history to its gameplay and modes. By the end of this article, you will have a better understanding of what Fire Pro Wrestling World is all about, and hopefully be inspired to join the millions of players who have enjoyed this game.
What is Fire Pro Wrestling World?
Fire Pro Wrestling World is a professional wrestling video game published by Spike Chunsoft. It was released on Steam on December 19, 2017 and on PlayStation 4 on August 28, 2018 in the United States. It is part of the Fire Pro Wrestling series, which dates back to 1989.
Fire Pro Wrestling World is different from other wrestling games in several ways. First of all, it has a unique gameplay system that relies on timing and strategy rather than button-mashing. You have to time your moves correctly to execute them successfully, and you have to wear down your opponent’s stamina and health before going for a pin or submission. You also have to pay attention to your opponent’s style and personality, as they will react differently depending on their CPU logic settings.
Secondly, Fire Pro Wrestling World has an incredible amount of customization options. You can create your own wrestler from over a thousand moves and body parts, or download one from the Steam Workshop or PSN. You can also create your own ring, mat logos, referee, belt, and entrance music. You can even create your own match rules, such as cage matches, barbed wire matches, landmine matches, and more.
Thirdly, Fire Pro Wrestling World has a robust online multiplayer feature. You can play with up to four players online in various modes, such as exhibition, tournament, league, and battle royale. You can also share your creations with other players and download theirs. You can even join online communities and participate in events and tournaments hosted by other players.
How to play Fire Pro Wrestling World?
Fire Pro Wrestling World may seem daunting at first, especially if you are used to other wrestling games. However, once you get the hang of it, you will find it very rewarding and fun. Here are some of the basics of how to play Fire Pro Wrestling World.
The basics of grappling, striking, and submissions
The core of Fire Pro Wrestling World is the grappling system. To initiate a grapple, you have to press the medium attack button when you are close to your opponent. The game will then randomly select a grapple strength, which determines the type of moves you can perform. There are four grapple strengths: weak, medium, strong, and finisher. The weaker the grapple strength, the easier it is to execute the move, but the less damage it does. The stronger the grapple strength, the harder it is to execute the move, but the more damage it does.
To perform a move from a grapple, you have to press one of the four directional buttons along with one of the three attack buttons: weak, medium, or strong. Each combination corresponds to a different move that you can assign to your wrestler in the edit mode. For example, if you press up and weak attack from a weak grapple, you might perform a snapmare. If you press down and strong attack from a strong grapple, you might perform a piledriver.
You can also strike your opponent with various attacks, such as punches, kicks, elbows, knees, etc. To strike your opponent, you have to press one of the three attack buttons without any directional input. The weak attack button performs a quick strike that does little damage but is easy to land. The medium attack button performs a stronger strike that does more damage but is slower to execute. The strong attack button performs a powerful strike that does a lot of damage but is very slow and leaves you vulnerable if you miss.
You can also try to make your opponent submit with various holds and locks. To apply a submission move, you have to press one of the four directional buttons along with the run button when you are close to your opponent. Each combination corresponds to a different submission move that you can assign to your wrestler in the edit mode. For example, if you press up and run, you might apply a sleeper hold. If you press down and run, you might apply a leg lock.
When you apply a submission move, your opponent will try to escape by pressing the buttons rapidly. The more damage they have taken, the harder it will be for them to escape. You can also try to escape from a submission move by pressing the buttons rapidly when your opponent applies one on you. The more stamina you have left, the easier it will be for you to escape.