Watch Jose Aldo and Anthony Pettis slug it out in the EA Sport UFC gameplay video below!
Hey everyone, Steven here from The Trend Guys and I’m bringing you one of the hottest video game trends.
Admittedly, I haven’t really been keeping up with the UFC lately. Also, I haven’t bought and/or played one of the UFC games since the first one that was released.
That being said, one of my friends sent me a video a few days ago of the trailer for the new EA Sports UFC game, which you can check out here:[youtube id=”y9keNVYmERI” width=”600″ height=”350″]
My friend doesn’t even have an Xbox One or Playstation 4, but he said that he was considering picking up a PS4 just to play this game on, because the graphics look amazing. I have to agree with him, and despite everything I said above, I’m even considering picking the game up when it’s released on June 17th.
However, seeing a trailer for a game is vastly different from seeing an actual gameplay video. Well, luckily for us, a new gameplay video for EA Sports UFC has been released and you can watch it below:[youtube id=”d2xLW0NZCLw” width=”600″ height=”350″]
I have to admit that I’m still interested in picking up the game. The walk out, fighter announcements and graphics were absolutely astonishing. Also, the commentary wasn’t that bad, either.
However, the graphics weren’t nowhere near as impressive once the fight began. It’s a true shame, because the pre-fight graphics were simply breath-taking. Just watch the fighters while Bruce Buffer goes over their stats… Amazing. It’s nice to finally start to see what the Playstation 4 is capable of.
The graphics weren’t the only problem I saw with the game once the fight began, either. Unfortunately, I personally thought the fighting was a bit clunky and/or snappy.
If you’re thinking about picking the game up, you can pre-order it by CLICKING HERE. I’d suggest picking it up if you’re the slightest bit interested in a UFC game.
EA Sports is known for recycling the same old stuff over and over *cough* Madden 25 *cough*, so I’d suggest buying it now and probably waiting a a few years before picking up another. It’s sad, but it’s the truth and any gamer familiar with EA Sports will tell you the same thing.