THQ confirm UFC Undisputed 3 Pre-order Bonuses

By Alex Donaldson, Friday, 23 September 2011 08:23 GMT

THQ has released the details on their US pre-order incentives for their upcoming mixed martial arts brawler UFC Undisputed 3.

Depending on where you pre-order you can grab one of several packs of goodies including early access to fighters and items for the game’s career mode.

GameStop pre-order customers will be able to pick up the ‘Contenders Fighter Pack’ which offers up UFC newcomers Jason “Mayhem” Miller, Brian Stann, Phil Davis and Nick Diaz. These are some of the top up-and-coming names within the world of UFC.

Best Buy customers will be able to grab an ‘Early Access Pass’, a really handy pack that will give players early access to 150 in-game items for your custom created fighters. That includes everything from shirts and hats to nicknames that you’d otherwise had to unlock. You’ll also get a couple more fight scenarios in the ‘Ultimate Fights Mode’ as a “Legendary Chuck Liddell” playable fighter.

Those who pre-order on the Walmart website will get access to the ‘Ultimate Fights: Knockout Pack’ which features five of the most memorable knockouts in the history of the UFC. The pack is meant to complement the game’s Ultimate Fights mode.

The fourth and final pre-order bonus comes to those who order from Amazon in the US or FutureShop in Canada. The ‘Ultimate Knockout Artist Boost Pack’ is a booster for your in-game created fighter, boosting your stats with around 8-10 hours’ worth of experience that’ll give you a head-start on everyone else.

UFC Undisputed 3 is set to launch on PS3 and Xbox 360 in January. Thanks, CVG.

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