The soccer field of football simulation games is getting more and more crowded. If FIFA 22 has recently arrived and we are trying to understand what the future FIFA 23 will be called, while eFootball still has some way to go to do with future updates, UFL intends to break this historic duel.
The football game announced at Gamescom last August by the Strikerz team intends to make those who want innovation fall in love with the titles dedicated to the green rectangle
To succeed, however, it will also pass through a photorealistic graphics , at least in the modeling of the faces of the players . The result, as far as we can see to date, is surprising, considering that we are still talking about a free-to-play video game.
To give us a preview of what the players’ faces will look like is the short video published in these hours, which portrays the new testimonial Roberto Firmino , famous forward of Liverpool and the national team of Brazil.
There’s something that #UFL want you to know, our next ambassador his name is Bobby Firmino! Check out Bobby’s in-game look in the short video we’ve prepared. Yes Señor! Stay tuned, as there’s more news to come #fairtoplay #uflgame #joinufl pic.twitter.com/FQPRtOBvQn
– UFL (@UFLgame) October 17, 2021
To accompany the video, Strikerz writes:
There is something that UFL wants you to know: he is our new ambassador and his name is Bobby Firmino! Take a look at what Bobby will look like in the game thanks to the short video we have prepared. Stay tuned for more news.
At the moment we still don’t know when UFL will officially arrive on the market, but the intentions are clear: the game wants to move away from what it believes to be the static nature of current football titles.
Furthermore, the developers explained that they found FUT of FIFA unsuitable for embodying a football simulation , even in the competitive landscape, because it is altered by the purchase possibilities and possible early accesses that some players could enjoy compared to others, which would mitigate the weight of the actual controller capabilities in hand.
We’ll then see how UFL continues its journey from now to its release and when we can see the game in action in more detail. In the meantime, we remind you that you can already find our video review of FIFA 22 and our hot impressions, with attached video, on the modes and gameplay of eFootball as well as showed up at launch.
If you want to dive into FIFA 22, you can buy it at a reduced price on Amazon.