Is Ultimate Football League (UFL) coming to PC?

Franco Diaz
UFL player celebrating a goal

The rumors surrounding the new UFL are causing some concern in the community, especially regarding the availability of UFL on PC. Here are all the details you need to know about it.

Ultimate Football League promises to compete with EA FC 24 and eFootball to become the third major alternative in football games. The game by Strikerz Inc. was announced in 2016 and has been in development since then; however, multiple delays have postponed its release on several occasions.

Football fans are eager to play UFL and explore all its features, as well as those details that would make it stand out among EA Sports and Konami’s games. Additionally, many players are still wondering if they will be able to play the new UFL on PC.

Here’s everything you need to know about UFL coming to PC.

Will UFL be available on PC?

UFL will not be available on PC at launch, as confirmed by the devs on the game’s official X account. However, PC players need not be disheartened, as Strikerz Inc. have confirmed that they are already working to bring the new UFL to PC, although their current priority is to develop it exclusively for consoles.

London Stadium in UFL
In UFL, you will be able to play in your favorite stadiums.

This way, while UFL won’t be available on this platform at launch, PC players will have to wait some extra time to enjoy the new football game.

That’s everything you need to know about whether UFL is coming to PC. We’ll make sure to update this page once Strikerz Inc. make new announcements regarding this.

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About The Author

Franco is a CharlieIntel Writer who plays lots of FPS and sports games. After graduating in Sports Journalism in Argentina, Franco freelanced in esports journalism covering main tournaments of CS:GO, VALORANT and League of Legends. Franco joined CharlieIntel in June 2023 and you can contact him at [email protected].