With her passion for gaming and experience working in the games industry, actually appearing in video games is a logically next step for Asuka. She’s been featured in every single “WWE 2K” video game since 2016. However, she’s also appeared in two different non-WWE video games as a crossover character.
The first non-WWE game to feature Asuka was 2017’s “Brawlhalla,” a fighting game from Ubisoft. Asuka was one of eight WWE Superstars featured in the game. The other wrestlers were The Rock, John Cena, Xavier Woods, Becky Lynch, Macho Man, The Undertaker and Roman Reigns. In fact, WWE was one of a number of brands to have crossover characters in “Brawlhalla.” Other brands featured include “Street Fighter,” “The Walking Dead,” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”
The second non-WWE game to feature Asuka was 2020’s “Fall Guys,” a battle royal game from Mediatonic. Unlike “Brawlhalla,” Asuka wasn’t a playable character in “Fall Guys.” Instead, she was an optional skin other characters could wear.