More than 10 years have spent since Electronic Arts launched a new entry into its Fight Night franchise, but it seems that the wait could be coming to an end! According to chronicle sources of video games, the beloved series of boxing will return to the ring at some time in the future. Before the fans are thrilled too much, it seems that it could be a little wait. According to an email that was shown to NGC, EA has stopped the development of the new Fight Night game so that it can prioritize UFC 5 first, and make sure that the players get quality experiences of both.
We are very enthusiastic about UFC 5 and... We want to eliminate the divided approach that several members of our leadership team have had in the past to focus only on providing migration and UFC 5, apparently says EA email.
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It is worth noting that comicbook.com did not have the opportunity to see this email, so this writer can not talk about his authenticity. That said, Video Games Chronicle is a very good reputation site, so it seems quite likely that a new Night Fight Game is in process, even if it seems to be waiting, at this time. The Fight Night series of EA received great commercial and critical success over the years, but NGC speculates that license costs for boxers could have been too expensive for the editor. If that is the case, it is expected that EA has found a way to solve the problem!
Night 2004 was the first entrance of the series, followed by fight Night Ronda 2 in 2005, Ronda 3 in 2006, Ronda 4 in 2009, and Cam peon of Fight Night in 2011. The last entry of the series was launched in PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, so presumably I would debut a new game in PS5, Xbox Series X | S and PC. With EA focusing on UFC 5 At the moment, it is probably too early to speculate on platforms, but it is expected that the editor has something official to reveal in the near future!
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