Electronic Arts gives details about EA Sports MMA's career mode with this short press release and these 17 new images.
EA SPORTS MMA Career Mode puts YOU into the World of MMA to Train and Fight All Around the Globe to Become a Champion
EA SPORTS MMA announces Career Mode for this year’s title, set to be released on October, 19th. In career mode, you will have the opportunity to train around the globe with top MMA trainers like Randy Couture, Pat Miletich, Rickson Gracie and Bas Rutten. Visit gyms in Japan, Brazil, Thailand and the United States to learn new skills and techniques. You choose what techniques you want to improve and then go out and do the actual drills to improve your gameplay skills. Bring your created fighter up through the ranks to attempt to make one of biggest stages in mixed martial arts – STRIKEFORCE. No career mode will ever be the same, ensuring a unique experience each and every time.
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