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EA Brings Back Bruce Lee For Another Round In UFC 2

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He was understandably popular in the first UFC, so it stands to reason that he deserves to return in the sequel.

Publisher Electronic Arts has confirmed that the late martial arts guru Bruce Lee will become a playable character in UFC 2.

EA describes Lee as "one of the most gifted, dangerous, and charismatic martial artists in history" and they're honored to once again bring him into the new UFC roster. If you bought the first game, you'll be able to play as Lee immediately for free; he can compete in the Welterweight, Bantamweight, Featherweight and Lightweight divisions. The other way to unlock him is to beat the Career Mode in UFC 2, which will also unlock Mike Tyson, Bas Rutten and Kazushi Sakuraba. If you pre-ordered, though, these three were available right out of the gate.

Also, EA Access members who download the first UFC (it's one of 15 free games) and log into the online servers will unlock Lee for UFC 2. The latter is scheduled to release on March 15 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Female fighting star Ronda Rousey is on the cover but she may have inherited the infamous Madden curse.

Related Game(s): UFC 2

Tags: ufc2, ultimate fighting championship 2, ufc sequel bruce lee

2/5/2016 9:15:15 PM Ben Dutka

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