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EA Sports UFC 3

Platform(s): PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Genre: Fighting
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date: Feb. 2, 2018

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'EA Sports UFC 3' (ALL) Fight Simulation Predicts UFC 221 Winner - Trailer

by Rainier on Feb. 9, 2018 @ 1:56 p.m. PST

EA Sports UFC 3 is the next installment of the MMA fighting franchise, and lets you step back into the Octagon with celebrities like Conor McGregor, Demetrious Johnson, Anderson Silva, and Joanna Jedrzecyk.

UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor, the only UFC athlete to hold UFC titles in two weight classes simultaneously, as the game’s official global cover athlete.

EA Sports UFC 3 introduces a new generation of fighting for fight fans powered by Real Player Motion (RPM) Tech, a revolutionary new gameplay animation technology that delivers the most fluid and responsive motion in EA Sports UFC history.

A new G.O.A.T. Career Mode now means that players’ choices outside UFC’s world-famous Octagon matter just as much as their performance inside it. This new mode allows you to strategically promote upcoming fights, create heated rivalries and more on the road to becoming the Greatest of All Time.

Real Player Motion (RPM) Tech is a revolutionary new EA Sports animation technology that sets a new bar for motion and responsiveness in the best-looking – and now the best-feeling – EA Sports UFC game ever. With over 5,000 new animations captured and rebuilt from the ground up, players can now move, strike, and create seamless combinations in-game with the world’s best mixed martial arts athletes. Every punch, kick, block, and counter has been recaptured and rebuilt on cutting-edge animation tech to look and feel life-like and responsive, delivering the most strategic, competitive fighting experience in franchise history.

BOOM! Just like that, Luke Rockhold claims the title of Interim Middleweight Champion by defeating current Middleweight #1 Yoel Romero via submission in Round 3 of UFC 221’s premier bout… according to EA Sports UFC 3 anyway.

Ahead of this weekend’s headlining matchup between #1 Romero and #2 Rockhold, UFC 3 ran a simulation that saw the two Middleweights exchange punches and takedowns in each of the first two rounds, before a tired Romero missed on a flying knee and was stunned by the big left hook of Rockhold. Romero went for a single leg takedown in a last ditch effort to turn the fight around, but the savvy vet Rockhold quickly turned the failed takedown into a guillotine, forcing Romero to tap and claiming the Interim Middleweight title.

EA Sports UFC 3 also introduces the new G.O.A.T. Career Mode where – for the first time – the choices made throughout your career impact your path to greatness. Outside of fights, players will make promotional choices to build hype, gain fans, earn more cash through big contracts and capture the world's attention. A new in-game social media system allows players to create heated rivalries with other UFC athletes, providing the freedom to take on any type of persona, between cool-headed contender or infamous trash-talker.

Building on the fan-favorite Knockout Mode introduced in EA Sports UFC 2, EA Sports UFC 3 delivers a new suite of multiplayer modes designed for fast, fun fights that are perfect for letting fists fly when playing against friends. Those looking for a quick social experience can jump into Stand & Bang mode, Submission Showdown mode, or opt to customize their match with unlimited stamina or extra strike damage in Fight Now Custom. The all-new Tournament Mode offers ultimate bragging rights as players attempt to take on as many opponents as possible in bracket-style elimination rounds with continuous damage and fatigue.

EA Sports UFC 3 is available worldwide for Xbox One and PS4.


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