Last July, EA Sports revealed that the next chapter in the Fight Night franchise will step into the gaming domain following the dawn of 2011. With the release of the title just a month away, the gaming giant has released the Fight Night Champion demo for the Xbox Live and PlayStation Network in the UK.
In this demo, gamers can take on competitors in the boxing ring for about three rounds of punching at the Boardwalk Hall boxing venue. They can hone their skills by taking up challenges against legendary names such as Mike Tyson and Muhammad Ali while current stars like Miguel Cotto and Manny Pacquiao too offer a boosting challenge.
Offering a sneak peep into the game, the demo has been crafted for stretching out head-to-head online play. In this mode, players can step into the role of the aforementioned boxers to prove their prowess while plunging into an authentic environment. It can turn out to be a training session for several enthusiasts, enabling them to learn the tricks of the trade well before the final game unleashes.
This upcoming iteration has been infused with innovative gameplay enhancements such the Full Spectrum Punch Control system. This introduction has been plugged as a tool facilitating players to access and perform refined responsive controls. In addition, a new anaerobic stamina system recognizes individual muscle groups, allowing gamers to blend their punching action diligently with energy.
Fight Night Champion will be launched for the Xbox 360 and PS3 on March 1, 2011 and March 4, 2011 across the North American and European continents, respectively.