This is probably the best knockout in an EA Sports UFC game you will see this year. Rose Namajunas absolutely obliterates Jessica Andrade in this clip. Bow, head kick, glitch spin. It’s epic.
EA Sports is in the beta game play phase and we found some footage for you to check out. In this video from YouTube channel MMAGame you can watch Conor McGregor get it on and we would love to hear your thoughts on how it looks and plays. Check it out.
You’ve got Robbie Lawler, Bas Rutten, Sakuraba, Jon Jones, Anderson Silva, Conor McGregor, Holly Holm, Ronda Rousey and many more showing off their skills in this official gameplay trailer for EA Sports UFC 2 video game for the Xbox One and PS4 consoles. Release date for EA Sports UFC 2 is March 15, 2016 in North … Read more
It’s the giving season and EA Sports has decided to give players the Bruce Lee character for free in the EA Sports UFC video game. Lee will be available as a playable character in the Bantamweight, Featherweight, Lightweight and Welterweight divisions — but only for a limited time, so you better hurry up if you … Read more
EA Sports has added four new legendary characters to their UFC game via free update. Longtime fans of the sport will appreciate the addition of former welterweight champ and Hall of Famer Matt Hughes, as well as former heavyweight champ and Hall of Famer Mark Coleman. Also included in the free update is current WWE … Read more
There are gamers out there and then there are the people that play Madden. I can remember waiting to play with friends and we would sit and run game after game. Well, Kevin Hart and a group team up in this commercial. The video includes heartbreak, desperation and Dave Franco’s house burning. Are you read … Read more
Today at gamescom, the world’s largest trade fair and event for interactive games and entertainment, EA SPORTS™ unveiled the first ever pre-alpha gameplay footage for the highly anticipated EA SPORTS UFC. Powered by EA SPORTS IGNITE, players will “Feel the Fight” as the action, emotion, and intensity inside the Octagon™ are brought to life in ways that were never before possible in a video game. The next generation of fighting begins in the Spring of 2014 when EA SPORTS UFC is released for the Xbox One® and the PlayStation®4.
THQ’s version of UFC video gaming was pretty cool for the time, but EA Sports is clearly taking the franchise to a whole new level. Check out this reveal from E3 that show the improvements they’ve made with character development. The realistic detail they are now able to achieve in unprecedented. Just when you think things can’t look any better in gaming, you get stuff like this.