The Electronic Arts is all set to launch one of the most anticipated games of the year, “UFC 2”. EA Sports UFC 2 is a mixed martial arts fighting video game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is based on the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) brand.

The game’s artificial intelligence accommodates for changes in player strategies mid-game to make the gaming experience more realistic than in previous UFC games. The game also simulates “full body deformation” to connect players with their player-character.

The new Knockout Physics System allows players to knock out opponents dynamically based on finishing hits’ momentum and strength. The Ultimate Team mode allows players to create not more than five different fighters.

The Games Radar in its review quotes, “There’s one thing UFC 2 is brilliant at – aside from looking so good I want to staple its screenshots to the inside of my eyelids – it’s that it cannily captures the unpredictability of real mixed martial arts. Fights can feel brazen, almost wonderfully random.”

The reviewer further states, “I’ve had marathon matches go the full five rounds, then blinked and missed barbaric bouts that ended within 36 seconds courtesy of a crunching knee delivered from a Muay Thai clinch.”

Do you want to wait until 15th March to play the game? Well, certainly not, I hope. We have gathered some interesting details which should help you experience the game even before the release.

Games Spot quotes, “Some Xbox One owners can start playing the game today.”

The source notes that EA Access subscribers can download the game which shall be available inside the EA Access app on Xbox One.

Players will get the full version of “UFC 2” but the gameplay will be available for only 10 hours. The timer keeps running when the game is on so don’t forget to “fully” close the game  to get the most out of those 10 hours of gameplay.