Ronda Rousey, the UFC Bantamweight Champ, will take the cage as the cover athlete for EA Sport’s UFC2. Rousey will be defending her title against Holly Holm at tomorrow night’s UFC 193. UFC2 will offer a host of features, including: Physics Based KO’s Dynamic Grappling Next-Level Submissions Ultimate Defense Biggest Ever
EA is bringing their heavy hitter franchises for their annual E3 2014 press conference that’s headlined by their newest title, Battlefield: Hardline. Monday, June 9th at 3pm US EST will begin their keynote (which is usually one hour long), featuring Battlefield Hardline, The Sims 4, EA Sports UFC, NHL 15,
We’ve heard a lot about EA Sports UFC, but until today, we haven’t actually seen the game in motion. EA has just released a clip with one round of Anthony Pettis vs. Jose Aldo, and it’s quite spectacular. The game looks incredibly fluid and dynamic, very closely mimicking an actual
Career Mode in fighting games can often times be a drag, but EA’s UFC has the perfect setup with The Ultimate Fighter. The Ultimate Fighter is a reality based TV show that features up and coming fighters battling it out for a spot in the UFC and a $1,000 contract.
EA Sports has finally loosened its grip on its first UFC game for the current gen consoles and has released its mystery fighter, a trailer and a firm release date. They make their promise of, “Spring 2014,” by a mere three days, but alas the game will be out and
It was just revealed that the mystery character in EA’s new UFC game is none other than Bruce Lee. The developers have taken great pains to preserve the fighting grace of the Jeet Kune Do master as well as his appearance that they painstakingly modeled from photos, videos and
EA Sport’s UFC is coming along, albeit we still haven’t seen an inkling of actual gameplay, but they are trickling information out via dev diaries. The past couple weeks we’ve seen various fighters animated in the Octagon and stills of the expanding roster that is said to have close to
EA has announced today at Microsoft’s Xbox ONE reveal, that they are using a new next gen engine for their upcoming games for the next generation of systems. EA is looking to create more immersive and fluid worlds in the way we play sports games. EA has stated that all