Step into the Octagon® with EA SPORTS™ UFC® for mobile! Collect your favorite UFC fighters, throw down in competitive combat, and earn in-game rewards by playing live events tied to the real world of the UFC.

EA SPORTS UFC brings the intensity of MMA to your fingertips like never before. HD-quality visuals, intuitive touch controls, and action-packed gameplay create a unique combat experience for novice and veteran fight fans alike.

Choose from over 70 fighters in four divisions and begin your journey to the top. From a Cain Velasquez takedown to Georges St-Pierre’s Superman punch, each athlete boasts a unique set of special moves. Win bouts, unlock new opponents, earn coins, and level up abilities – all while building your UFC legacy. Battle through your career and invest in training to watch your abilities skyrocket.

Play some of UFC’s biggest real-world bouts through in-game Live Events. Play fight cards for upcoming UFC events and earn exclusive in-game rewards. The more you play, the more rewards you earn! Punch your way to the top of the leaderboard and watch your payoff grow.

Climb the ranks and hone your striking, wrestling, and submission skills along the way. With no limits to how much you can play, there’s always another fight just around the corner. See how you stack up against your division’s best and earn in-game rewards for dominating UFC icons in grueling Main Event matchups. Your battle for UFC glory starts now.

Enter the Octagon and feel the fight!

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What’s New

Version 1.9.7

Hey, fight fans! We’ve made some updates outside of the Octagon® to improve your gameplay experience. Thanks for playing EA SPORTS™ UFC®.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
89K Ratings

89K Ratings

Va Killah ,


I rated it ⭐️⭐️⭐️ because although it fun it’s hell’a repetitive. It seems to be more on the side of PAY TO PLAY. Fighters shouldn’t only cost gold and then the ones you can get with coins you need 50,000 that’s crazy 50k just to get a fighter that’s not even that good smh. Coins should have the value of letting you buy individual fighters. Gold should have a cheaper value to buy fighters because you paying for the gold but, you should be able to buy those same fighters with coins E.G: Gold for Bones Jones could be 350 Gold but in coins he cost 60k then it would be fair to all who don’t believe in paying for the in game content. Even if that means selling your game for say 4.99 that’s still better than paying for gold non stop to upgrade your fighter deck. Another thing is if the head to head was really head to head I.E fighting others that’s actually online not there CPU version of their fighter. If either of these things come into fruition I would undoubtably change this to ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Honest game review! ,

Fun for the first 25 levels. Consumers and producers need to read.

So first off this game is really fun. Great graphics and gameplay is smooth as silk. It’s one of the best out there for a little bit and addicting! However, There’s a flaw in this game along with a lot of games now a days that make it frustrating and make me walk away from it for a long time and that’s the pay to play aspect. I’m sick of it. No I’m not paying nearly $30 for mcgreggor when there’s no other way. I haven’t paid a single cent and now at level 91 in game my heavyweights health is only 3000 and my opponents is over 7000! That’s ridiculous. There’s not enough coins or gold (which you only get when you pay) to go around especially when you want to spend them on other fighters to upgrade and that’s where they get you to pay and your health barely goes up and it makes the game very frustrating. And the coins are for all the fighters and not just individually per fighter which it should be. Rounds need to be longer and it needs to be easier to level up your moves and health. Lastly the cpus skill is outrageous. If you win by a landslide a few times it cranks up the skill next match so you can barley land a punch and they become scary good and you’ll lose 5 matches before you win barley and in return get less coins for the win. It’s like you have to barley squeak by to win and keep the cup consistent. Fun fir a bit then it wants you to invest in a money pit and it shouldn’t be.

DoggoWatermelon ,

A Great Game Ruined By EA

UFC is a great game, the fighting mechanics are apparent, and it takes skill to defeat difficult opponents. However, after winning 200 levels in the heavyweight division, it does become increasingly more difficult. The way this difficulty is implemented is the problem. At the moment, my fighter's health is at 9,000 while the opponent's is over 40,000. In no way is this even, but I still get across it. On top of that, the higher you go, the higher your opponents strength gets. And by strength, it means the power of each hit or strike action. This results in extremely cheeky one hit kills in the beginning of the game from the opponent, sometimes making the game unplayable. Now, I've never supported EA, I do believe they are one of the worst video game companies out there. But $30 for a mobile game fighter? I wasn't going to buy him in the first place, but this reminds me of the scummy scams they would put in other games. All in all, EA doesn't care to create games that are quality, they just want to milk the money out of their senselessly consumers.

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