November 30, 2022
UFL, the new FIFA and PES competitor, releases its first gameplay trailer |  esports

UFL, the new FIFA and PES competitor, releases its first gameplay trailer | esports

the UFL The first trailer for the game was released on Thursday afternoon. The new virtual soccer game that promises to rival FIFA and eFootball (formerly PES) introduced new gameplay and complete visuals. Strikerz CEO Eugene Nashilov provided some of the game and company idea for this project. The businessman took the opportunity to poke competitors accused of interfering with the game through a mechanic called handicap.

“There is no hindrance in the UFL,” said the chief developer.

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During the presentation, Eugene Nashilov announced that Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo would be the ambassador. The Portuguese striker called the trailer, which once again provoked one of the competitors. This time the main target was eFootball, which has suffered a barrage of criticism for introducing a game with many flaws in September 2021.

He will leave the UFL when he is ready. in 2022.”

According to the announcement, the UFL will have non-recurring, 2v2, 3v3, offline, friend-to-friend events, special events, missions and challenges. But the main attraction should be the online league where each player creates his own team. In appearance it is very similar to Ultimate Team, from FIFA, and the old MyClub, from PES.

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Announced during Gamescom 2021The UFL pledges to allow players to create their own football clubs. The game claims to have over 5,000 licensed professional players. Like Konami’s eFootball, this new simulation will hit the market with graphics in the Unreal Engine.

During late 2021 and early 2022, the UFL has already announced some ambassadors for the game, such as the Belgian De BruyneFrom Manchester City, Brazil FirminoFrom Liverpool, Ukraine Zinchenkofrom Manchester City and the striker lukakufrom Chelsea. Among the clubs already confirmed are West Ham, from England, Shakhtar Donetskfrom Ukraine , Celticfrom Scotland, and Rangersfrom Scotland.