ESBC: Everything We Know About The Next-Gen Boxing Game

ESBC Release Date
ESBC Release Date

This is a game for boxing fans. eSports Boxing Club is an upcoming title that promises a lot of things. But when is the release date set for ESBC? After you read our post, you’ll learn everything there’s to know about this upcoming boxing game and what it entails. As a boxing fan, I can only say that I’m eagerly waiting for this title because it promises to be a big one.

There are a lot of boxing titles out there, but few promises as much as ESBC is saying it will deliver in the upcoming installment. If you played FIFA, this would be equivalent to it in in-depth gaming as it will take you to the utmost realism ever developed for a title. Moreover, the developer team is employing the world’s cutting-edge technology to bring this game to fruition. Now, without further ado, let’s see what the game entails.

Who Will Be The Cover Boxer For ESBC?

The developers were proud to announce that Canelo Álvarez will be the cover boxer for this upcoming title. He’s the first boxer in recorded history to become the undisputed champion in the super middleweight category. He has held the WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO titles since 2021. Moreover, his statistics are impressive, with 61 fights, 57 wins, 39 knockouts, 2 losses, and 2 draws.

ESBC Release Date
Canelo Alvarez, the undisputed Champion, will be on the cover, making this a very promissory title!

What Modes Does ESBC Have?

ESBC will have a long in-depth career mode. And after launch, the developers will launch a full-story mode that will allow players to develop story-like gameplay. Additionally, you can create your own fighter with lots of details.

What Will ESBC Gameplay Be Like?

The devs claim that the gameplay will be very immersive, with more than sixty types of punches and different areas to land them all over the body. Thus, making damaged areas more susceptible than others. Unlike other boxing games, this title will pay close attention to recreating boxing fighting styles as realistically as possible.

This means that there will be blood. You can manage your corner cutman and your management team during the round breaks and have a full grasp control of the details surrounding the match. As for the multiplayer aspects, there will be an online ranking ladder and exhibition fights. Also, the game will partner with the WBC and Ring Magazine for official tournaments that will let players win a real-life championship belt! How cool is that?

Is The Game Licensed?

ESBC will feature seven licensed championship titles. Moreover, this includes those titles that are under the government of what World Boxing Congress, the International Boxing Federation, and the British Boxing Board of Control. Moreover, the game will also have real boxing brands like Reyes, Empire Pro Tape, and others.

There are over 100 boxers to choose from, and the game promises to be ultra-realistic with great venues to play at. They haven’t released the list yet, but we should expect venues like Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Madison Square Garden in New York City, and Wembley Arena in London.

On Which Platforms Is ESBC Releasing?

ESBC will release on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox S|X, and the PC. The game will have early access via Steam.

ESBC Gameplay Trailer

Will The Game Have Real Commentary?

The game features a real-life fight commentary team that’s composed of BT Sports’ Paul Dempsey, DAZN’s Todd Grisham, and Sky Sports’ Johnny Nelson.

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Another still from the trailer that the dev team recently dropped on YouTube

ESBC Release Date

There’s no official release date for ESBC. Still, all signs point that the game could release sometime later this year. Firstly, the game developers dropped a gameplay trailer featuring Canelo Álvarez and Dmitry Bivol with great fanfare and amazing graphics. And that’s the first update in months that the devs drop. If we also consider that the game continuously adds more boxers, we’ll let you know with an update the moment the specific release date is made public. And with that, we are signing off here at Otakukart. Thanks for reading our ESBC scoop, and happy gaming!

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