If you're an EA Access member, a new game has just been added for download. As expected, EA Sports UFC is now available in the Vault. It joins Battlefield 4, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, Need For Speed Rivals, Madden NFL 25, FIFA 14, and Peggle 2 in an evolving collection of EA games on Xbox One that all EA Access members can play. I have just installed it on my Xbox One. Watch my first gameplay on video.
EA Sports UFC aims to deliver the most realistic take on Mixed Martial Arts. You can create your custom character and become The Ultimate Fighter in Career mode, or play as any of the legendary MMA fighters, past or present, in thrilling battles. The game was released for Xbox One in June, 2014. Non-members can buy it now for $39.99. EA Access members can simply press the 'Install' button because it is now part of their subscription.
Even though EA Sports UFC has been released several months ago, the MMA game has received plenty of content updates. The most recent update has added legendary fighters, Brock Lesnar, Rampage Jackson, Matt Hughes and Mark Coleman. Some updates have also included improvements in the gameplay.
Don't know about EA Access? For $4.99 a month, members can play some of EA's best Xbox One games. Membership also allows early access to upcoming EA games to play for a limited time. If you love it, buy it, and you can pick up right where you left off. Another perk is 10% discount on EA digital purchases on Xbox One.
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