EA Sports UFC 4 Leaked Ahead The Company's Big Show, Coming To PS5 And Xbox Series X
The next instalment in EA's MMA series is said to be coming to PS4 and Xbox One, as well as PS5 and Xbox Series X.
It appears one of EA's announcements from this week's EA Play Live has leaked ahead of time. EA is now inviting people to join a beta test program for EA Sports UFC 4, the next instalment in its UFC series that has not been officially announced yet.
You can register here for the closed beta. Those accepted into the program will be sent a code with download instructions to their email.
Sports writer Brian Mazique said in Fight Guys video that EA Sports UFC will be released on PS4 and Xbox One, as well as PS5 and Xbox Series X. Mazique also said that boxers Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua will appear in the game. It wouldn't be the first instance of a boxer appearing in the MMA series, as the legendary Mike Tyson was in 2018's EA Sports UFC 3.
EA Sports UFC 4 was originally leaked through the PlayStation database earlier in June. Before that, UFC commentator Jon Anik let slip that EA Sports UFC 4 was in the works, so it's seemingly just a matter of time before EA officially announces it. EA's E3 show, EA Play Live 2020, is scheduled for June 18, so we may know more very soon.
EA confirmed back in 2019 that it was reviving at least one of its dormant sports game franchises, and now all the signs are pointing to UFC.
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