Posted July 31, 2020 by David Latham in Feature

UFC 4 Career Mode Trailer Explains Your Actions

With just two weeks until launch, today EA Sports released the official UFC 4 Career Mode trailer. The three minute long trailer explains what’s new in this year’s UFC game, demonstrating that what you do outside of the octagon is just as important as what you do inside it.

Players will now have more control over their character and will need to build relationships through training and other methods to become the greatest fighter of all time. Injuries and other obstacles will also play their part in your UFC 4 career, which EA Sports is calling ‘unscripted’.

Rocket Chainsaw reviewed UFC 3 at launch last year, giving it 4 stars and reporting, “UFC 3 is not perfect, and as the sport itself changes the game will need to adapt, but as ideas get tossed around the table at EA Sports, we can see future UFC games being amongst the must-have sports games of the year.

UFC 4 is the most authentic MMA game ever,” said Brian Hayes, Creative Director, EA SPORTS UFC. “We’ve created a visceral fighting experience that allows players to create their own UFC legacy with Create a Fighter, explore the origins of MMA through our new fighting grounds and be in full control of every strike and takedown with our overhauled core gameplay mechanics.

Watch the official UFC 4 Career Mode Trailer:


Whether it’s inside or outside the octagon, every move matters in your pursuit of becoming the undisputed champion in EA SPORTS™ UFC 4. The overhauled career mode experience gives you all new tools to put yourself in the journey from unknown amateur to UFC superstar.

Using the all new Fighter Evolution feature, watch your character grow based on the disciplines they use in training or bouts. If you’re a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu artist who trained for his black-belt from childhood or a devastating boxer who spent their youth in backyard contests, your experience shapes your skill-set. Control over your career reaches an all-new peak this year, with meaningful relationship building options and more control in career paths. The fights, the weight classes, and the rivals you’ll make are all up to you.

UFC 4 launches on August 14, 2020 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. For more information, head to the official website.

David Latham

David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Go8 university but only uses his unique set of skills writing for passion. By day he's a stay-at-home father of two, by night he responds to the Bat-Signal. Where does he find the time?