Check Out The New Trailer For The Upcoming EA UFC 5 Video Game

The UFC 5 video game will utilize EA’s Frostbite Engine

The launch of the brand new UFC 5 video game by Electronic Arts’ EA Sports branch is just around the corner as the official trailer drops showcasing the amazing graphics of the highly anticipated fighter. Using the Frostbite Engine for the first time, the most recent iteration of the ultimate MMA experience boasts improved gameplay and graphics in addition to an entirely new Real Impact System.

UFC 5 is the most realistic MMA experience fans can have outside of the Octagon,” said UFC President Dana White. “This game is incredible and truly a next-generation UFC experience.”

Frostbite Engine development for the EA UFC 5 video game provides realism through 60 frames per second graphics and gameplay. The game’s Real Impact system will entertain the realistic damage seen from each punch and kick. Community enhancements, “Cinematic K.O. Replay”, “Doctor’s Checks and Stoppages”, Fight Week, and Alter Egos are among some of the new features. Additionally, a brand-new face animation engine has been included, producing photorealistic fighter likenesses that are enhanced by body sculpting and strand-based hair.


UFC 5 offers an intensely realistic fighting experience, harnessing Frostbite’s power and technology,” stated Nate McDonald, EA Sports UFC 5‘s Lead Producer. “From our Real Impact System that helps maximize the power of the generational hardware leap, to the enhanced lighting, detailed characters, strand-based hair and face animation system, every aspect is upgraded. Our collaboration with UFC delivers an unparalleled and authentic MMA interactive experience.”

The Deluxe Edition of the UFC 5 video game will include a unique cover with UFC Middleweight Champion Israel Adesanya, in addition to the Standard Edition’s box art showcasing UFC Featherweight Champion Alexander Volkanovski and former UFC Flyweight Champion Valentina Shevchenko. The game will launch on both Sony PlayStation 5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X/S on October 27.

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