EA UFC 5 Roster Prediction: Which Fighters Can Be Featured In UFC 5 Video Game?

EA UFC 5 Roster Prediction: Which Fighters Can Be Featured In UFC 5 Video Game?

EA UFC 5 Roster Prediction: Which Fighters Can Be Featured In UFC 5 Video Game?
Curious about the fighters in EA UFC 5? Delve into our predictions for the upcoming game’s roster. Uncover the MMA stars that could be part of this thrilling gaming experience.

EA UFC 5 Roster Prediction: EA Sports holds a dominant position in the realm of sports gaming, delivering high-quality games spanning cricket, football, NBA, and more. Their engagement with the MMA community is longstanding, featuring the popular UFC Game series. Recently, EA Sports unveiled the anticipated release date of UFC 5, set for October 27. With the release date known, the next question arises: who will be featured on the roster? Let’s find out.

Also Read | Bray Wyatt Death: How Did Former WWE Champ Bray Wyatt Die?

EA UFC 5 Roster Prediction 

Excitement is building for the latest installment in the EA Sports UFC franchise. The announcement of the UFC 5 release date is expected in the coming weeks, followed by the full reveal next month. The UFC series holds a prominent place among fighting game enthusiasts, especially UFC fans.

During this week’s Gamescom 2023 video game festival, EA Sports teased a clip to ignite anticipation for the upcoming full reveal. While the teaser was brief and held back on details, it provided a glimpse into who could potentially be the cover athlete.

Reports suggest that favorites Jon Jones and Israel Adesanya, are likely to be featured in the upcoming game. Additionally, EA Sports seems to be putting significant effort into promoting Sean O’Malley, who has captured fans’ attention with his thrilling striking prowess. This could potentially position O’Malley as the poster boy for the game. Based on these assumptions, it’s possible that one of these superstars could become the cover athlete for the upcoming UFC 5 game.

EA Sports UFC 5 marks the series’ lengthiest gap since its inception. Following the debut of the initial EA Sports UFC game in 2014, subsequent releases followed a two-year cycle. UFC 2 premiered in 2016, followed by UFC 3 in 2018, and UFC 4 in 2020. While EA hasn’t officially confirmed this, it’s widely anticipated that EA Vancouver will once again oversee the game’s development for this installment.

Since EA Sports UFC 5 will be the first title in the series to arrive after the launch of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, it’s reasonable to expect significant improvements in terms of performance and graphical quality.

Follow InsideSport on GOOGLE NEWSFor Combat Sports News updates with InsideSport.IN

Google News Whatsapp channel

Editors pick

Shreyas Iyer falters in Ranji Trophy semi finals after BCCI Central Contract snub