UFC 2 free trial now available for Xbox and PS4 owners for limited time
UFC 2 MMA is a fighting game that has been released by EA back in March 2016. Well, it seems that Electronic Arts has decided to bring a free trial variant of this game for both Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4.
However, keep in mind that this trial will end on July 11, 2016, so if you want to purchase this game and you are not sure yet if it’s worth it, then you should definitely test it out now for free on your console.
During the trial, you will be able to access all game modes such as: UFC Ultimate Team, Knockout Mode and Live Events. Unfortunately, you will be limited on the gameplay time, which means that after five hours of playing, you will not be allowed to continue.
UFC 2 Trial: How To Install On Your Xbox One
From the Xbox Home, head over to “Store” page and select “Search Games Store”. On the box you will need to write “EA SPORTS UFC 2” and once it finds it, select it and choose “GET it FREE”. As soon as you do that, the game will download on your console and you will need to wait for the installation to complete. Keep in mind that if you don’t have a good internet connection, this might take longer than expected.
UFC 2 Trial: How To Install On Your PS4 Console
From the main menu of the PS4, you will need to select the “PlayStation Store”, search for UFC 2 and choose it. You will now notice a new page, showing the game which can be purchase or tried for free by selecting “Try Free Demo”. After the installation is complete, you will be able to start playing the game without any restrictions, but keep in mind that once you have reached 5 hours of gameplay, you will not be able to play anymore.
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