The Noble Art, as it is called, has received many honors in recent years thanks to Rocky and Creed. But there is a license that purists would love to see again. And obviously it’s heating up.
If the news isn’t rosy or even a little grim, we can always rely on anonymous sources to spice it up. Voices from near Electronic Arts began to whisper in Tom Henderson’s ear, Video Games Chronicle
Better still, Henderson provides details on the 10-year successor to Fight Night Champion, yes, yes. And those who are in a hurry will not speak to them. Production has been suspended, according to an email from EA Canada management that the journalist had access to. The reason for this is that the responsible team needs to focus on UFC 5 first.
We’re very excited about UFC 5 and … we need to stop sharing multiple members of our executive team so we can just focus on the migration and a high quality UFC 5.
The Fight Night license was launched in 2004 and is generally a very well received boxing game series. On the one hand, because it has always benefited from an impressive performance, but has also worked from a feeling for staging, not to mention a special grip, but being able to ideally describe the gestures performed. On what basis could it start again? Are we ready for next-gen rendering?