Strikerz Inc continues to keep its fans updated on the development of UFL , the long-awaited title that intends to throw the gauntlet to productions like FIFA em> and eFootball , this time showing the new stadiums in detail.
Football video games are now more popular than ever: while there are fans who are eagerly awaiting the launch of FIFA 23 (which you can pre-order on Amazon), on the other hand there is there is certainly a lot of anticipation for what appears to be one of its fiercest potential rivals.
Although the title isn’t ready yet and has even been postponed to 2023 – and if you remember the launch of eFootball , probably for the best – the developers have decided to take their fans on the road with several interesting in-depth videos , which show us in detail what we can expect from the new title football.
After showing us the goalkeepers, this time Strikerz Inc takes us on a long journey through some of the stadiums available, which you can see in the video we proposed at the beginning.
This is the first video belonging to the series « UFL Journey », dedicated to the deepening of the fundamental aspects of every self-respecting football match.
The authors have also explored the topic in the last few hours allowing us to take a deeper look at one of the new stadiums coming, which will be called « Het Knuspark »: You can see for yourself in the following official post.
One of our new stadiums – “Het Knuspark”
Check out all the new arenas in HQ ⬇️https: //t.co/Bpw1tKfEUI pic.twitter.com/ EX9XT8NKyH
– UFL (@UFLgame) September 4, 2022
The team wanted to specify that the image shown to us is a screenshot taken in-game : it is therefore another small preview dedicated to the biggest football fans.
We just have to wait for more information to be able to experience the warmth of the public up close during the most intense football matches: we will keep you updated as soon as we have more news from the team development.
Remember that one of the aspects of UFL that has been appreciated by fans is the willingness to constantly show the progress made, to the point that they have even decided to publish a fun gameplay video full of bugs. p>