Moore: Fight Night and MMA to alternate years

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 9 June 2009 07:19 GMT


EA Sports boss Peter Moore told Kotaku at E3 last week that its two major fighter franchises are now to alternate annual releases.

“It gives us a rhythm of a fighting game every year,” Moore said.

“That’s the plan. If you think of 2010, we’re bringing MMA. In 2011, Fight Night Round 5.”

MMA was announced at E3, the first title in the new IP coming next year.

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