A mixed martial arts video game called EA Sports UFC 4 was created by EA Vancouver and released by EA Sports. The series’ fourth episode, which debuted on August 14, 2020, is this one. The game can be software upgraded to work with PlayStation 5, even though it was initially released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gaming platforms. UFC 4 is based on the Ultimate Fighting Championship, just like its predecessors, and features an in-game roster of 229 athletes in 81 different variations. The video game provides users with a variety of gameplay options, including career mode, custom events, Blitz Battles, etc. It is accessible in single-player and multiplayer modes.
The backward compatibility of earlier versions of games has been a problem for fans since since the PlayStation 5 (PS5) launched in November 2020. Yet soon after, Sony Interactive Entertainment declared that the majority of PS4 games would work with the newest console.
This includes UFC 4, which the most recent software update allows you to play on the PS5 console. The smoother gameplay and higher Framerate (60 FPS as opposed to 30 FPS on PS4) have impressed players. Another benefit of the PS5 is the reduction in input lag.
Which fighters will join the EA Sports UFC 4 roster in the latest update?
Two new competitors have recently joined the roster of the well-known video game UFC 4. Two new, intriguing prospects were included as playable characters in the most recent update. The game, which was created by EA Vancouver and released by EA Sports, has undergone significant improvements since its initial release in June 2014.
The first well-known fighter to be included in the game was Bo Nickal. The remarkable back-to-back first-round submission victories the three-time NCAA Division 1 wrestling champion recorded in Dana White’s Contender Series (DWCS) last year helped him land a deal with the UFC. Jamie Pickett was recently defeated by the American, 27, in the first round of UFC 285.
The second hot prospect included in UFC 4 is Raul Rosas Jr. After a convincing decision victory against Mando Gutierrez in the DWCS last year, he was the youngest fighter to be signed by the UFC at the age of seventeen. Three minutes into their bout, “El Nino Problema” last defeated Jay Perrin on his promotional debut at UFC 282, adding to the buzz around him.
Nickal received four and a half stars for his grappling, four stars for his striking, and four stars for his health. Rosas Jr., on the other hand, has three and a half stars for his striking and four stars for both his health and grappling.