UFC Undisputed 2010 requires code to access online multiplayer

By Nathan Grayson, Thursday, 20 May 2010 04:43 GMT


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Looks like THQ’s been taking lessons from EA Sports. Or at least it would, if THQ hadn’t beaten EA and Tiger Woods to the punch by a couple weeks – albeit, at a different price point.

Releasing on May 28, UFC Undisputed 2010 will cage-off online cage-fighting from players without an online activation code.

“This multiplayer content for UFC Undisputed 2010 will be available via a one-time code included with the game at purchase. Codes for accessing the content will be available for second-time buyers for an additional $5,” THQ said in a statement to Destructoid.

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