New EA Sports UFC Gameplay Showcases Grappling and Submission Mechanics, Won’t Be a Yearly Title

A new gameplay series video for EA Sports’ upcoming UFC title pits the digital recreations of Ronda Rousey and Meisha Tate against one another to demonstrate some of the game’s new grappling and submission mechanics.

Watch it above to get a feel for the games ground-based combat.

Elsewhere, Undisputed Online reports that the creative director for the upcoming UFC game, Brian Hayes, has stated that EA Sports UFC won’t be a yearly title and that we shouldn’t be seeing another UFC game from EA for another 18-22 months.

Additionally, Hayes has revealed that any roster updates to the game will be available for free. However, any specialty characters such, as a younger version of a fighter or a different Bruce Lee, will have to be paid for.

Speaking of the legendary actor, watch you can watch Bruce Lee in action in a previous EA Sports UFC gameplay video right here.

EA Sports UFC is available on June 17 for both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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