FIFA, eFootball and of course, now UFL. The soccer games are multiplying like mushrooms, given also the mysterious blockchain-based Goals and the scattered World Soccer Body project which still seems not to have found a decent developer.
Following a lengthy space occupied by FIFA 23, UFL has also opted to get involved by revealing a small gameplay trailer which focuses on goalkeepers and long-distance shots, which are among the most difficult elements to master in a soccer game.
While it technically doesn’t look like anything outstanding, the movements of the goalkeepers seem not bad at all, handling the different situations in the very best way possible.
However, still it is very soon to give assessments also because there is no word yet of an official release date.
We would like to remind you that UFL, like Konami’s eFootball, is going to be free-to-play, possibly available by the end of the year on Xbox and PlayStation consoles in addition to PC.
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