FIFA and eFootball challenger UFL has been delayed to 2023
UK Studio Strikerz Inc has delayed the launch of its upcoming FIFA as well as eFootball challenger UFL.
It was previously announced that it would be released in the year 2009 for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One, the game is scheduled to be released in 2023.
Strikerz Inc CEO Eugene Nashilov presented the latest news in an update on development that is available below.
“It’s nothing new to say that this is a game of immense technological complexity — one that needs to simulate a full range of football mechanics and techniques with dynamic, realistic animations, world-class players, and so much more,” the coach said.
“Today we’re announcing the release date has been delayed until 2023. Numerous of you suggested the possibility of this… which they were right. The game is about 90% complete, but we’ll need time to complete developing.”
Nashilov stated that players can look forward to an update regarding the game’s release date in December.
UFL will be a completely free-to-play game that is based on a fair play philosophy that has players evenly match-ups with similarly experienced opponents, according to Strikerz Inc.
It was the first time UFL footage of gameplay was presented in January in an announcement during which it was made clear that Cristiano Ronaldo would be among the team’s five ambassadors.
The other stars Oleksandr Zinchenko Romelu Lukaku Roberto Firmino and Kevin De Bruyne will also aid in the promotion of the sport.