The market for soccer games is nothing to expand with a new proposal. In September of last year, the study known as Strickerz revealed UFLa new free-to-play foot ball game that promises to compete against eFootball and FIFA. Although this title was expected to be available these days, its delay until next year was recently confirmed.
Through his official Twitter account, Eugene Nashilov, CEO of Strickerz, confirmed that UFL may not meet its original release date, and now it will arrive sometime in 2023. Although the exact date is unknown at the moment, it has been mentioned that this information will be shared next December. This was what was said about it:
“Today we are announcing that the release date will be moved to 2023. Many of you have highlighted that this is likely…and you were right. The game is now about 80% complete and we need more time to finish development.
It is nothing new to say that it is a game of immense technological complexity, which needs to simulate a whole series of soccer mechanics and techniques with dynamic and realistic animations, world-class players and much more”.
UFL Development Update from CEO Eugene Nashilov | August’22 👀⬇️https://t.co/O8ND9MdAwW
Today’s video contains a special message from Strikerz Inc. CEO, Eugene Nashilov, regarding the release date of our football video game. pic.twitter.com/0F5yCUfWdv
— UFL (@UFLgame) August 30, 2022
The interesting thing about UFLis that It has the support of players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku, so it seems that the project goes with everything. Considering that for years the only options on the market were FIFA and PES, it’s good to see that there are now more alternatives. Along with this, we must not forget that FIFA will continue without EA, while this company will focus on creating its own series of soccer games. In related topics, already leaked FIFA 23. Similarly, this game was sold for only $6 cents.