UFL, the new free football game that wants to compete with EA Sports FC and eFootball, shows new gameplay

Mike Clark

ufl, the new free football game that wants to compete

At Vandal we have been talking about UFLa new free-to-play soccer video game which will soon arrive on PS5, PS4, start with an alpha phase.

Today its creators, strikerzthey have decided to give us some news about the game publishing a new video in the form of a development diary in which they show us a few minutes of UFL gameplay that are intertwined with statements and images of the developers who are involved in the project.

This development diary also gives us new details about the game, focusing especially on the reasons that have led the studio to prepare a first alpha phase so that players can test the title, find bugs and that the team can improve them, ensuring that, on many occasions, when a video game is created, developers find themselves in a bubble that prevents them from seeing errors that other people can detect better from out.

They also point out that during the alpha you will be able to collect a lot of statistical data that will allow them to analyze the behavior of the players, see what they like, what they are not so convinced about and put the whole set to the test and even know in which countries or areas of the planet there is more interest in the game to better distribute the online servers. and have correct latency.

During the video, one of the most interesting moments is the debate between offer a realistic or arcade game that is capable of satisfying all types of players, something that they claim is not possiblenot only in football games, but in video games in general.

How to sEsports Extrasup for the UFL alpha?

If you are interested in sEsports Extrasup for the UFL testing phasedoing so is as easy as following these steps:

  • Click here.
  • In the window that will open, pClick on “SEsports ExtrasUp for Open Test”.
  • Enter your email in the space indicated and accept the privacy policies.
  • Click on Submit.
  • Ready, you are already signed up for the UFL open beta.

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