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Long awaited Undisputed boxing game gets release date

Sheffield’s Steel City Interactive has announced the release date of its Undisputed boxing title.

The first major boxing game in more than 10 years is currently in early access on PC, with full release set for 11 October.

Earlier this week, the Sheffield games developer confirmed that it has raised more than £15m for the game, in a funding round led by Novator Ventures.

Published by Deep Silver, the developers claim it will be the most authentic boxing game to date, with an unprecedented roster of over 70 licensed boxers including Tyson Fury, Oleksandr Usyk, Canelo Alvarez, Katie Taylor and Roy Jones Jr.

It will be released in 2 editions – Standard and the Deluxe WBC– with players who pre-order also receiving a free, bonus fighter in the form of Roy Jones Jr. ’93 – the year he captured the IBF middleweight championship.

The game will also include a character creator, to customise your male, or female boxer, while a Career Mode will let players to build their team, negotiate contracts, train and carve their own path to becoming Undisputed.

Steel City Interactive (SCI) was founded in 2020 by Ash Habib, along with his brothers Asif and Asad. They now employ 34 people and have negotiated partnerships with WBC, Ring Magazine, CompuBox and BoxRec.

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