The Ultimate Football League, which was first unveiled at Gamescom 2021, has now released its first gameplay and announced a partnership with Cristiano Ronaldo.
Over the last few years, there have been significant changes in football-themed video games. In 2021, Pro Evolution Soccer, the gaming industry's second-largest football franchise, changed its name to eFootball in order to focus more on esports techniques.
Strikerz Inc, a publisher with development teams spread over Eastern Europe, is now seeking to challenge FIFA's grip on the football gaming landscape. UFL will be released "when it's ready" in 2022 for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One, according to the team.
UFL will be free to play, and it has already forged ties with a number of well-known clubs and athletes. So far, eight different European teams have been announced as partners, including three from the United Kingdom. Strikerz has also stated that it intends to work with additional clubs in the future. The following clubs have been announced:
West Ham United