First Gameplay Of UFL – A Potential Fifa Competitor In Soccer Simulators

This soccer genre has been controlled by FIFA for a long time. Pro Evolution Soccer has been trying to combat this; however, the most recent version is so awful that the series has been left in limbo for the moment. This is the background to which UFL Another soccer game that features real athletes has taken the field.

UFL has been officially announced in August 2021. It was on the day that the first gameplay snippets were released. Users will play various modes, including unranked and ranked matches, two-on-two, three on three offline sections, and special events. A total of five thousand real athletes are set to add to the sport.

The main draw is the global online UFL league which allows you to create your team and play “fair matchmaking using Division divisions.” Every year, a player will be named the UFL champion.

UFL has already identified its first ambassadors: Cristiano Ronaldo, Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku Roberto Firmino, and Alexander Zinchenko. The confirmed teams include Shakhtar Donetsk, Monaco, Besiktas, Borussia, Celtic, Rangers, Sporting, and West Ham United.

Producers Produce European Studio Strikerz offices across Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, and Cyprus. UFL is the initial project of the team. The core engine is Unreal Engine, and the game will be available in a free-to-play format, but with a particular focus on fair play as they claim that the conditionally free system is suitable to players.

The launch of UFL is scheduled for 2022 for PlayStation along with Xbox.

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