Tyson Fury's Character Model For Upcoming Boxing Game ESBC Revealed
Will ESBC actually live up to the hype? We sure hope so
Tyson Fury will officially be apart of ESBC, and we’ve got a first look at his character model.
There hasn’t been a big Boxing video game title since 2011’s Fight Night Champion, and nobody is really sure why EA has just given up on the franchise. But thankfully, Steel City Interactive is set to takeover the reigns when eSports Boxing Club (ESBC) releases sometime in the future.
ESBC has been in development for some time now, and even recently showed off some new Alpha gameplay footage to keep fans at bay. But the latest ESBC reveal showcases the Gypsy King himself, Tyson Fury.
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First Image Of Tyson Fury In ESBC Revealed
It was announced a few weeks ago that ESBC had acquired the rights to use Tyson Fury in their upcoming Boxing title, with a special announcment video revealing the news on YouTube.
But that was simply a teaser for things to come, as fans have now received a more detailed look at Tyson Fury’s rendered character model. Check out the image below to see for yourself.
The character model for Fury looks incredibly detailed, with the 3D model looking uncannily like the real life version of the WBC Champion. Unlike the recent UFC 4 version of Tyson Fury, which is safe to say wasn’t quite as detailed.
With fans eager to see more of ESBC, our fingers are crossed that some Tyson Fury gameplay will soon see the light of day. It could be the only way we actually get to see him fight Anthony Joshua after all.
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What Is ESBC?
eSports Boxing Club, often shortened to ESBC, is an upcoming Boxing game by developers Steel City Interactive.
After waiting almost 10 years for a new boxing game, fans might be waiting a little longer as ESBC developers recently revealed that the game had been delayed.
The upcoming Boxing title doesn’t have a set in stone release date just yet, but that’s because Steel City Interactive are dedicated to making it the best it can possibly be.
Just recently, ESBC’s developers partned with Ten24 Digital Capture, who have worked on title’s such as Death Stranding, Alien Isolation, Dying Light, and plenty more.
A late 2021 release date was expected for ESBC, but now it appears to be a mystery as to when the title will release. But fans will certainly be getting a banger of a Boxing game when it finally does release.
Whilst fans wait patiently, a first look at the game has been revealed via Alpha gameplay footage. With over 11 minutes of gameplay showcasing the movement, combinations, blocking, stats, and more. Check it out on the official ESBC YouTube channel to see the game in action.