UFL has come to change the football landscape.
Strikerz Inc. has developed a free to play, fair to play game, that relies on skill as opposed to a pay to win method.
Some gameplay has been revealed, but that's not the biggest news from the event.
Latest - Another Massive Name
UFL has added a giant of the game to its ambassador roster, with the reveal of Cristiano Ronaldo.
One of the biggest and best of the game has come to UFL, adding his massive star power to the release.
Link now live
The YouTube stream link is now live - and you can watch the reveal right here.
You can find all the necessary local times here:
Its biggest test to date will be impressing fans with gameplay footage, with the cinematic trailers and sneak peeks already whetting the appetite.
On Thursday, 27 January at 3pm ET / 8pm GMT, we should get our first real taste of what the game has to offer, as the worldwide gameplay reveal is unveiled.
How to Watch
If you plan to tune in to the event, it will be really simple.
Being streamed on Youtube and Twitch, all you have to do is follow these links, and be ready to watch at 3pm ET / 8pm GMT.
UFL Release Date
There has still been no word on when we can expect UFL to be released, however, all that could change with this gameplay reveal.
Depending on how much of a finished product Strikerz Inc. shows, they could give us a release date during this event.
In a previous Twitter Q&A event, the company were reluctant to commit to a date in order not to disappoint potential buyers.
We've seen what can happen when a game is released too early, with eFootball suffering from delivering an unfinished product, so Strikerz will be wary of doing the same.
The game has been in development since 2016, so they are used to being patient.
Clubs and Players on board
Despite seemingly being in development for less than a year, UFL is not messing around when it comes to partner players and licences.
- West Ham United
- Sporting Lisbon
- Shakhtar Donestk
- Borussia Monchengladbach
- AS Monaco
- Hashtag United
- Oleksandr Zinchenko (Manchester City / Ukraine)
- Roberto Firmino (Liverpool / Brazil)
- Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea / Belgium)
- Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City / Belgium)
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United / Portugal)