EA Sports UFC Will Feature Female Fighters, Including Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate

Gamers will be able to use their unique moves and skill set

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The development team at EA Sports announces that its upcoming UFC video game will feature female fighters for the first time in the history of virtual representations for the sport, with the current headliners Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate represented in the experience.

The development team at EA Sports announces that its upcoming UFC video game will feature female fighters for the first time in the history of virtual representations for the sport, with the current headliners Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate represented in the experience.

Dean Richards, the general manager of the team working on the new title, states, "In our commitment to delivering the most realistic fighting experience ever achieved, we wanted to represent the full spectrum of talent and diversity of all the fighters in the sport, including women who have become an undeniable force to be reckoned with."

Dana White, the president of UFC, believes that woman fighters have already impressed the audience and their inclusion in the game is a great way to show their skills to a bigger audience.

The Ultimate Fighting Championship game is built using the Ignite engine for maximum realism.

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