While the exact launch date of the highly-anticipated video game, which is the fifth in less than three years, remains under wraps, EA Sports hinted at a comprehensive unveiling of UFC 5 coming this September.
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The roster of cover athletes for UFC 5 is still to be announced. Previous titles have featured prestigious athletes such as Jon Jones, Ronda Rousey, Conor McGregor, Jorge Masvidal, and Israel Adesanya.
The previous title, UFC 4, saw significant improvements to the MMA video game experience with the introduction of numerous fresh features like a revamped career mode, improved takedown mechanics, and an updated submission system. Renowned sports commentators Daniel Cormier and Jon Anik lent their voices for the in-game commentary. Notable new fighting environments introduced included the UFC APEX, the grassroots-style “The Backyard”, urban-themed “Action Avenue”, and the cinematic “The Kumite” arena, reminiscent of the classic action movie Bloodsport.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about EA Sports UFC 5 Announcement
When was EA Sports UFC 5 announced?
EA Sports UFC 5 was announced on Saturday, but the exact date was not provided in the announcement.
What is the release date for EA Sports UFC 5?
The specific release date for EA Sports UFC 5 has not yet been disclosed. However, EA Sports has teased a full reveal of the game for September.
Who were the cover athletes for the previous UFC games?
The cover athletes for the previous UFC games have included Jon Jones, Ronda Rousey, Conor McGregor, Jorge Masvidal, and Israel Adesanya.
Were there any special characters added to the previous UFC game?
Yes, boxing champion Tyson Fury was a special character added to the UFC 4 game.
What new features were added to UFC 4?
EA Sports enhanced UFC 4 with a variety of new features, including a new career mode, improved takedown mechanics, a new submission system, new fighting environments, and commentary provided by Daniel Cormier and Jon Anik.