EA developer admits UFC 2 was released full of major flaws

EA UFC 3 developer Geoff Harrower has admitted that EA knowingly released UFC 2 full of major flaws. The post came about after a user posted a negative review of newly-released EA UFC 3. Geoff was shocked by the negative review, expecting a much better reception than during the release of the previous game in the series, EA UFC 2. He also promised not to read any replies to his admission.

Geoff Harrower specifically admitted that “UFC 2 had stun lock parries on every strike, strikes that did almost no damage with no vulnerability system, and random health events.”

Geoff Harrower is best known for being a developer on NBA Elite 11, a game that EA was forced to cancel 8 days before release.

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Geoff Harrower admits that EA UFC 2 was released with random health events
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One thought on “EA developer admits UFC 2 was released full of major flaws”

  1. I think Geoff was expecting glowing reviews of UFC 3 and it’s essentially the same dogshit just with counters and buffed damage. Took 18 months to do that? Perhaps Damon Gesell is right. I should just be riding my bike.

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