Scottish giants Celtic announce partnership with ‘fair to play’ football match
UFL is an upcoming football title that will be free and fair to play, and they have now added another top club to their growing list of official partners.
Scottish giants Celtic were added to the list, announcing the partnership on their social media platforms.
The UFL seems to be gaining momentum before its release, but can it challenge the status quo?
The biggest news around the game since its announcement, people will be able to see UFL gameplay for the first time.
At Thursday, January 27, this new footage will be published, the only thing comparable to this day being the revelation of Ambassador Romelu Lukaku.
Needless to say, we’re thrilled, as this will really show if the title can compete with FIFA.
If you haven’t seen it before, take a look at the UFL reveal trailer above.
At the moment, UFL does not have an official release date, with its developers calling it “in progress”, and the only clue in the trailer is that it’s “coming soon.”
With eFootball’s disastrous start to life, game makers are taking their time to make sure it’s as polite as possible before committing to a date.
The game has been in development since 2016, but this time included the creation of Strikerz Inc. as a company, which came into being at the same time.
Celtic, 51 times Scottish champions, are the latest club to partner with the new game of UFL football.
“Celtic FC is proud to announce an exciting partnership with UFL, a next-generation football game based on the principles of fair-to-play.”
“Together, we will challenge the conventions of football games!”
The principles of fair-to-play seem like a not-so-subtle dig into the behemoth of the EA soccer game, especially the lucrative Ultimate Team mode, and we’re excited to see how they defy the conventions of the soccer game!
Celtic are not the only top club to team up with the UFL, with six other European clubs already linked with the next game.
The six clubs have a rich history and all come from different countries, which suggests that the UFL is targeting a large audience of football fans.
Besiktas, Borussia Mönchengladbach, Monaco, Shakhtar Donetsk, Sporting CP and West Ham United are the other partners confirmed to date.
With Celtic being the seventh club to add to the list, will the UFL announce other partners in the coming weeks?