Undisputed Boxing Heads To Consoles In October

Undisputed Boxing Consoles

Undisputed boxing is heading to consoles in October. Developer Steel City Interactive (SCI) has announced that Undisputed will launch version 1.0 on PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5 (PS5) on October 11, 2024.

When it releases, Undisputed will be the first simulation boxing game since Fight Night Champion in 2011 to be available on console.

The game will offer a Standard Edition as well as a Deluxe WBC Edition. Those who purchase the WBC Edition will get access to the following:

  • The Fighters Pack: Jaime Munguia, Regis Prograis, Jesse ‘Bam’ Rodriguez, Dmitry Bivol, Caleb Plant, and Julio Cesar Chavez, along with alternative ring attire for each.
  • The Apparel Pack: Alternative ring attire for Claressa Shields, Canelo Alvarez, Oleksandr Usyk, Katie Taylor, Tyson Fury, and Amir Khan.
  • The Eras Pack: Three young fighter versions – Tyson Fury ’09, Canelo Alvarez ’11, and Muhammad Ali ’64.

If you purchase the physical Deluxe WBC Edition you’ll also receive a WBC patch.

In an interview with Insider Gaming in February, SCI CEO Ash Habib talked about the game’s development and its focus on the console release after launching the career mode in beta for those on PC.

“We’re fully focused on our console development,” Habib said at the time. “We’re going through that process right now in terms of getting us to that version one launch on consoles. Launching the game on Steam or PC platforms is a completely different ballgame when it comes to consoles, so we’re just navigating that path at the moment.”

In addition the game’s release on Xbox Series X|S and PS5, SCI has been reworking a number of gameplay elements to add to the realistic feel of the game and how the fighters move and act within the ring.

Those who pre-order the game for console will get access to Roy Jones Jr. ’93.


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  1. This is cool and all but where’s Def Jam? I wish someone would finally make something like that. This game seems to face more problems since I heard next year Fight Night comes back and if that’s actually running on full cylinders it’s going to be bad for this title. Def Jam would have been better for EA to make then it wouldn’t have a direct competitor.

    1. Yes EA is sitting on the next big fighters Def Jam or Def Jam successor and Thrill Kill a AO game would see crazy right now same with Def Jam. EA is just stupid I guess instead they keep with the Battlefield trash.

    2. It will be interesting because 1 game will hurt the other so EA hurts this game or interesting if Undisputed beats Fight Night. Def Jam would have been better since there’s no other competition and it’s a market that’s been empty for years right now the hip hop serene is on fire.

  2. Will definitely be interested to see a boxing game on the market for so long. I wonder if the success of the UFC games have something to do with it. Hopefully the controls are going to be intuitive.

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