Since it was originally announced at Gamescom 2021, we’ve been keeping a close eye on the upcoming UFL free-to-play soccer game, and it now has a new ambassador in the form of Roberto Firmino from Liverpool.
If you haven’t really seen much about UFL yet, it’s described as an âonline soccer leagueâ that will use the free-to-play model, and has been said to be in development for years. It will focus on ârunning your club, building a roster, developing tactics and competing with other players over the seasons to prove your skills and climb to the top of the leagueâ. Plus, it will apparently feature over 5,000 licensed footballers.
In the images below, you can see what the Brazilian center-forward looks like in action, and the visuals, like the previous Oleksandr Zinchenko clip we saw in September, seem to be spot on! So far, it’s looking good.
It’s still unclear when we’ll get actual gameplay footage, but it’s interesting that UFL partner club West Ham United recently tweeted that the game is “coming soon.” It will be interesting to see how this plays out, especially as Konami’s eFootball got off to a terrible start under the free-to-play banner, and EA and FIFA are currently struggling to come to terms with their deal. on naming rights.
Summary of the news:
- Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino named new ambassador for the game by United Football League
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