The people over at IGN recently got to take a look at a short gameplay demo of THQ’s upcoming video game, “UFC Undisputed 2010.”
According to the site, the improvements that they’ve seen in the sequel will make fans of the first game extremely happy as the game looks more fluid and it is as if each character is “living and breathing” every move.
Another priority for THQ was to improve the online gameplay environment to help extend the game’s overall longevity, which was one of the biggest complaints of last year’s version.
Here are some quick highlights of the improved online aspect of the game:
In this year’s game you’ll apparently be able to form “fight camps and leagues, train like real-life UFC fighters and go online to compete against other camps.”
There will be online co-op sparring sessions that dictate your credibility, popularity and the types of sponsorships you get. On top of that, this year’s career mode will include the “Game Is Watching You” system, which will “track every action and use this information to dictate in-game commentary, opponent intelligence and overall career progression.”
“UFC Undisputed 2009” featured 82 fighters, including Ryan Bader and Efrain Escudero who were added in as downloadable fighters. This year’s edition will boast over 100 fighters according to the report.
The most important improvement to this year’s game was listed at the end by IGN which is the fact that, “There is also jiggle physics for the octagon girls.”
“UFC Undisputed 2010” will be released on May 25th, 2010.