EA UFC 4: 10 Things We Want To See

Can EA finally make an MMA game as good as boxing's Fight Night Champion?

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Ever since EA Sports acquired the license to produce video games based on the world's largest MMA promotion in 2012, we've seen some significant leaps forward hampered by some notable steps back in terms of UFC games. The most recent of these, EA UFC 3 was undoubtedly the best title in the franchise so far, but still garnered divisive reactions among MMA fans.

The fact that the UFC and EA had teamed up to create a game together came as a surprise to many long-time MMA fans who distinctly remember UFC president Dana White's feelings towards the company when they previously rejected the idea of making a game based on mixed martial arts.

But time (and a multi-million dollar deal) does tend to heal all wounds, so with a new EA UFC game likely out this year based on their current 24-month release cycle, here are 10 things we want to see in it.

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