EA Sports UFC 3 is an upcoming mixed martial arts fighting video game in development by EA Canada and to be published by EA Sports. Conor McGregor, the previous cover fighter of EA Sports UFC 2 will return as the official cover fighter of the game. Serving as the sequel to 2014’s EA Sports UFC and 2016’s EA Sports UFC 2, it is scheduled to be released on February 2, 2018, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
EA Sports UFC Gameplay
EA Sports UFC 3 is a mixed martial arts fighting game, similar to previous installments. The game is based on Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). While also retaining realism with respect to physics, sounds and movements. New to the series is the G.O.A.T. career mode, where the choices made throughout the career impact. The player’s path to greatness. Outside of fights, the player 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 now allows the player to create heated rivalries. With other UFC athletes, providing the freedom to take on any type of persona. Like being cool-head contender.
Continuing on the knockout mode which was introduce in EA Sports UFC 2. The game delivers a new type of multiplayer modes designed for fast and quick fights. That are integral when playing against opponents. The tournament mode offers ultimate rights as the player attempts to take on as many opponents. As possible in bracket-style elimination rounds with continuous damage and fatigue. The game is slate to contain the biggest character roster out of the three EA Sports UFC games.
EA Sports has announce on November 1, 2017 that a third installment is on works. Along with the initial announcement. A short teaser trailer featuring UFC fighters Demetrious Johnson, Anderson Silva, and Joanna Jędrzejczyk was also conduct. On November 3, the official reveal trailer of EA Sports UFC 3 was release worldwide. Like other EA games, UFC 3 has been criticize for implementing pay-to-win mechanics. Although the use of microtransactions is expect to only affect one game mode. The option for consumers to spend real money to avoid grinding has been deride as exploitative.