Hey Fight Night fans! We wanted to provide you with the details on today’s Title Update that went live this morning. As some of you may know to prepare for the TU, it was necessary to make some changes last week which included rolling back some of the tuning changes made has affected online play which some of you have noted in the GD forums. Some of the tuning changes that previously existed are now a part of today’s update. Thanks to the entire community for their feedback and patience as the team worked to get this out.
“c45h” Nick Rask is one of the moderators on the EA SPORTS Fight Night Forums and a top ranked Fight Night Round 4 boxer. Look out for more of his impressions of the game in future blogs.
If the scandal of the Fight Night Champion “hidden ref” picture and the wave of discussion that followed afterwards were any indication, I’d say boxing is alive and well in the hearts of many.
That passion for boxing rings true throughout the hallowed Fight Night Halls of EA Canada, and it was within these halls that six men would enter intending to speak and echo the powerful voice of the Fight Night Community. And with halls that big, that mighty voice rangith’...
Fight Night Champion producer Jazz Brousseau here to give you the run-down on Fight Night Champion available as a customizable digital download starting at $4.99 exclusively for PlayStation 3 gamers and as a full-game digital download for $29.99 through the Games on Demand library on XBOX LIVE.
Hey, champ. Hope you’ve got that hard right hook down, because Fight Night Champion just went digital. Get all the gritty intensity of the original title as an easy, direct download from either PlayStation Network or Xbox LIVE, starting today.
Last week in conjunction with ESPN, we put out a few simulations featuring Pound-for-Pound Champion Manny Pacquiao pitted against some of the best boxers of all time. Today we’ve put them together so you can offer your opinions on what might have happened in these fights that never were. EA SPORTS’ Aaron Boulding and I offer up our thoughts to stir the pot and get things going.
In the final sim we conducted with ESPN last week, we matched-up Manny Pacquiao against his May 7th opponent, Shane Mosley, in what's sure to be the fight of the year for Pacquiao's WBO Welterweight Championship. Both fighters love a good fight and don't expect to see either running from an opportunity to exchange punches in the middle of the ring.
You’ve been playing Fight Night Champion day-in and day-out for the past month with the demo and the full game and though you can’t get enough, you want more! Well, you’ll only have a few more days to wait as a new batch of Downloadable Content will be making their way to the Fight Night Store. The DLC will be released on March 29th worldwide on XBOX 360, and for PS3 users the DLC will be available on March 29th in North America/Japan and on March 30th in Europe. Here are the details:
When you add up all of the boxers, features and details included in the new downloadable content packs for Fight Night Champion, you will have in your hands a kind of interactive boxing history lesson. We’re not going back to the very beginning of the sport because things get muddled. But starting with bare-knuckle brawls and some of the legendary fighters from the early 20th century and continuing on through to modern fighters and the way they looked at earlier points in their careers, you’ve been given an opportunity re-create some iconic fights and experience some pivotal moments in the sport.
Hey Fight Night fans, Jazz back with one last blog looking at Legacy Mode venues you’ll be able to train your boxer at during your road to become a champ. If you missed the first venue blog featuring the Home Gym, North Philly Gym, and the Motor City Boxing Club check out details on those venues and learn about the Campeon Del Mundo Boxing Gym and the All England Boxing Club in the second venue blog here.