Being the greatest fighter of all time doesn’t happen overnight. It takes a lot of training, a lot of wit, and a lot of pizazz. With UFC 3‘s G.O.A.T. edition career mode, EA Sports looks to immerse players in the ultimate fighting world by making their journey about more than just fighting.
In a new trailer that showcases the mode, players will find that careers in UFC 3 will be more expansive than those found in previous years. To take things to the next level EA is using what it calls “Real Player Motion that makes every move, strike, and combination more realistic, responsive, and rewarding.” In what the developer hopes will be the most mesmeric entry in the franchise to date, RPM will purportedly work in conjunction with player customization modes and new in- and out-of-ring features to achieve a new level of detail.
In previous series installments, career progression was dictated by the events that took place inside the UFC ring. However, UFC 3 is poised to add a wrinkle to that equation by expanding the sphere of influence to include various tasks during and between bouts. Players will not only rely on performance to climb the ranks and secure more fans and contracts, but they will also “make promotional choices” between rounds in the Octagon that will influence progression.
UFC 3 is set to release February 2 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Players who preorder the Champion Edition will get access to UFC 3 three days early.
Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more news and information on UFC 3 as it develops.
The new Digimon are Ryudamon (Rookie level); Ginryumon (Champion level); Hisyaryumon (Ultimate level); and Owryumon (Megal level). These Digimon are all part of the same digivolution line and were previously only obtainable in the Digimon Battle and Digimon Masters MMORPGs.
What’s notable about the Mega-level Digimon Owryumon is that it can combine with fellow Mega-level Digimon Alphamon (pictured above) to become Alphamon Ouryuken. Although it has not yet been confirmed whether Alphamon will be obtainable, it was previously obtainable in the first Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth video game, and a fifth new Digimon has also been announced to be added through a free update (but it has not yet been revealed). Alphamon Ouryuken was also only previously obtainable in Digimon Masters.
Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker’s Memory released in Japan for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on December 14, 2017, and will release in North America and Europe on January 19,2018. The PlayStation Vita version released in the West will be digital only. Those who pre-order either version of the game will receive exclusive Digimon and costumes.
Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker’s Memory news leading up to its Western release.