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UFC Undisputed 2010 – PlayStation 3 Exclusive Content

There’s just one month left now until UFC Undisputed 2010 arrives, complete with exclusive Ultimate Fight content on PlayStation 3. And I’ve got the first screens of this additional content to share with you today :-)

UFC Undisputed 2010 - Royce Gracie

The Ultimate Fight Mode allows you to relive some of the greatest fights in UFC history. Each event includes an introduction from one of the Octagon Girls, comments from the fighters and footage from the real life event. Replay the fight as the champion or try and rewrite history as ‘the spoiler’.

There are five exclusive events on the PlayStation 3, bringing the total up 20 Ultimate Fights. The exclusive events are…

  • UFN 18 – Carlos Condit vs. Martin Kampmann
  • UFC 60 – Matt Hughes vs. Royce Gracie
  • UFC 66 – Keith Jardine vs. Forrest Griffin
  • UFC 68 – Martin Kampmann vs. Drew McFredries
  • UFC 102 – Nate Marquardt vs. Demian Maia

UFC Undisputed 2010 - Jardine vs Griffin

As well as these additional fights, you also get three exclusive fighters on PlayStation 3. The first ever Lightweight Champion Jens Pulver, UFC Hall of Famer Royce Gracie and the first wrestler to prove his worth in The Octagon, Dan Severn.

UFC Undisputed 2010 - Jens Pulver

This week also sees the release of the UFC Undisputed 2010 demo on the PlayStation Store!

In the demo you’ll be able to play an Exhibition match with light heavyweight fighters Maurice ‘Shogun’ Rua, Lyoto ‘The Dragon’ Machida, Rashad ‘Sugar’ Evans and Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson. If you want to get exclusive early access to the demo, make sure you check out the UFC Undisputed Community.

Look out for more Undisputed news on the PlayStation Blog next week, including a very cool competition for UFC fans…

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ghamdikh1 30 April, 2010 @ 2:51 pm   1

wow i new Exclusive Content for PS3.

 
ghamdikh1 30 April, 2010 @ 2:57 pm   2

@Mike Richardson

will this game have some support for PlayStation Move???

also

can we expect to see some UFC Undisputed 2010 Content for HOME ???

    Mike Richardson 30 April, 2010 @ 3:28 pm    

    Hi ghamdikh,

    No news on Home content yet, but watch this space :)

    As for Move… There’s no support in UFC Undisputed 2010. Love the tech though, it’s perfect for sports games.

 

This would be great whit PS MOVE!

Im VERY happy that you guys/girls at THQ & SONY make exclusive content for PS3! VERY happy about that and will make significant boost for PS3 at retail.

I might get this if the ONLINE is stable and improved. Right know it is a total mess to be frank.

    Mike Richardson 30 April, 2010 @ 4:39 pm    

    The online problems in 2009 is something the developer is very aware of, it’s fair to say this was the biggest weakness of the game last year.

    There have been a lot of improvements made this year, and there’s a whole lot more going on with the Tournaments and Fight Camps.

Exclusive stuff is always welcome. Thanks!

 

Had a great time at the UFC event in London yesterday. Loved the game and wished my demo would download quicker :(

    Mike Richardson 30 April, 2010 @ 4:43 pm    

    Thanks for coming along, we’ll be posting up some pictures from the event after the weekend :)

 
Smoutefretter_BE 30 April, 2010 @ 4:46 pm   6

Well it’s good to see some exclusive content for PS3.
I’m very happy with what I’ve seen from the game so far, looks like some huge and good improvements. UFC 09 was my first fighting game and now I can’t wait to play UFC 10. Also great to play against your cousins …

RAMPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGE Jackson, I love that fighter :D

also a quick question: will there be (PLEASE) any avatars for our profile cards to download?

 

Ah excellent, can’t wait to see the pics!
Might try my luck again on the next competition as well lol :)

SmoggyPhil 2 May, 2010 @ 9:18 pm   8

Dan…The Beast…..SEVERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN-NNNNNN!!!!!!!!

That alone has sealed my purchase.

 
VibratinDonkey 6 May, 2010 @ 1:34 am   9

So how are exclusivity deals like these conceived? Does Sony pay the publisher to add content to their version or to remove content from the other version?

Either way I guess I’ll be missing out on it.