New soccer game UFL introduces Lukaku and dates his first gameplay

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UFL is the next football video game that will join the dispute for the throne that FIFA and eFootball (PES) have shared to date. It was announced during the Opening Night Live of Gamescom 2021, and to date it has hardly shared any news. But that’s about to change: the studio responsible for the game, Strikerz, has confirmed that we will see its first gameplay trailer next January 27th.

In addition, he has managed to raise the expectation of virtual football fans by presenting the new ambassador of the project: Romelu Lukaku, the Belgian striker for which Chelsea paid around 115 million euros last August. Next, we leave you the short teaser (with Unreal Engine) in which you can see the footballer taking a penalty.

UFL: everything we know

Although we could say “how little we know”, because there are not too many details shared by the study to date. According to those responsible, the title carries approximately 5 years in development and its intention is to launch under the free-to-play model. We will have the possibility to play alone, but its main attraction will be the competitive multiplayer game. The game is being developed with Unreal Engine (the version is unknown) and will have a player and team editor. As for licenses, nothing is yet known about the leagues and clubs that it will include, although it should not be overlooked the activity that the official account of the project maintains on social networks, since interactions with professional teams and official championships are constant.

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UFL is confirmed for PC and “the main consoles”, reason why it is supposed that it will arrive at PlayStation and Xbox. Its first gameplay will be shown on January 27, and at the moment there are no details related to its possible release date.

Source | UFL in Twitter


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