The Noble Art, as it is called, has had the honors in recent years thanks to Rocky and Creed. But there is one license that purists would like to see again. And, obviously, she is heating up.
When the news is not rosy, even a little gloomy, we can always count on anonymous sources to spice it up. Voices close to Electronic Arts began to whisper in the ear of Tom Henderson, Video Games Chronicle, for a getaway that will undoubtedly satisfy lovers of Noble Art. And those who have fond memories of blisters on the tips of their thumbs. Electronic Arts would have given the green light for a new Fight Night. Project name: Moneyball. Which strangely refers more to baseball. But why not.
Better yet, Henderson delivers details on the 10-year-old successor to Fight Night Champion, yes, already. And they won’t appeal to those in a hurry. According to an email from EA Canada management to which the journalist had access, production has been put on hold. The reason is that the team in charge needs to focus on UFC 5 first.
We’re very excited about UFC 5 and… we need to stop sharing multiple members of our management team so that we can focus only on migration and a high quality UFC 5.
Started in 2004, the Fight Night license was a series of boxing games that was very well received in general. On the one hand because it has always benefited from an impressive achievement, but also from a sense of staging worked, not to mention a particular handling but allowing to describe ideally the gestures performed. On what basis could it start again? Would we be ready for a Next-Gen render?