UFC 3 - Deluxe Edition (Xbox One)
EA Sports – it’s in the game. What’s in the game, you might ask? Only the best possible fighting mechanics, graphics, and the ultimate fighting experience. The UFC 3 - Deluxe Edition for the Xbox One is jam-packed with fantastic authentic fighting that will knock anyone off their feet.
The game is fully equipped with real player motion technology. This captivating new animation technology promises to bring you the best that the world of fighting has to offer. If you weren’t playing it, you’d think that the fight was broadcasted on television. The graphics on this game are simply stunning and showcase the technical capabilities of the Xbox One.
In the Greatest Of Them All Career Mode, you’ll compete with nasty opponents to win the hearts and minds of fans, get some valuable dough to train at state-of-the-art gyms, and beef with other fighters to create a buzz.
The best part of this game? It has Bruce Lee in it. Perhaps one of the most legendary fighters of all time (excluding Chuck Norris) makes an appearance in this game as a playable character in bantamweight, featherweight, lightweight, and welterweight divisions. This is a heartwarming homage to one of the legends.
The Deluxe Edition is not without its perks, as it gives you 3000 UFC points, which you can use to build your very own Ultimate Team of combatants in the UFC Ultimate Team. So what are you waiting for? Get in on the action and get yourself a copy of this action-packed bundle of excitement today.
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