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UFC 'career mode' detail by EA


EA has released a new video and some new information for the career mode in its upcoming UFC game.

According to the publisher, for the first time in a UFC game players can earn their contract in the gym as UFC champions, contenders, and personalities guide them through the process.

There are plenty more features too, all of which you can read below the video.



Here’s a list of features:

Online Championships – How good are you? It’s time to prove it. Following the format of the most played online experience at EA SPORTS, Online Championship will let you prove how you stack up against the rest of the world. Win enough to climb the ranks of the best players and fight for the belts in the toughest divisions.

Online Rivalries – Create a 1-on-1 online rivalry with a friend and answer the question…who is really number one? Each rivalry tracks head-to-head stats for providing an in depth analysis and multiple rivalries are supported simultaneously.

FighterNet – Your HUB to track all of your online competition. Track and compare your stats against friends and rivals, share fight highlights, and maybe even have your highlight featured in the Highlights of the Night. Plus, get access to some of the latest UFC content as and when available with the UFC Spotlight feature.

EA Sports UFC arrives for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One June 17.

Edited On 30 Apr, 2014

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Old Timer's avatar
Old Timer 3 years ago
I've never been the biggest fan of any fighting game even though I did enjoy the Fight Night series. I do like the look of UFC though and I did try it on the 360 and why it looked brilliant but I really struggled to get to grips with it, learn the moves etc so I'm hoping that they make this a little more noob friendly for someone like me :)
DynamiteWhyte's avatar
DynamiteWhyte 3 years ago
EA Sports MMA was a good game, which helped you get in to it but the learning curve was quite big at the top of the game.

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