We hope to hear about a release date for eSports Boxing Club soon. However, we did get a pretty cool video from the developer.
In this ESBC Dev Boxing Fanatico roundtable, a content creator who has actually played the game and he also offers his thoughts on it.
Here’s the news surrounding the eSports Steel City Boxing Club, including information on their potential release date and the ever-growing roster.
Latest – ESBC Dev Roundtable
The latest news we’ve received from eSports Boxing Club is a new Dev Roundtable that the team has revealed to be working on.
The video starts with the announcement of reaching the multiplayer stage. The group also spoke about arbitration relations and the mechanics of arbitration.
Watch the video here:
Joining the group is Boxing Fanatico, a content creator who has spent a lot of time on the eSports game Boxing Club. His comments about the game are mostly positive, including how each fighter has his own style.
Follow this link to check out our details on the new umpiring and umpiring mechanics that the dev team has been talking about.
Played by Terence Crawford
There’s a good chance we’ll see a release date for eSports Boxing Club now that we get another look at the game.
Today, a video posted by ESBC Twitter showed what Terence Crawford will look like in the ring, check it out below.
As you can see, the game is pretty cool, even though it’s only in Alpha Footage. However, this is the only eSports Boxing Club we’ve seen in a while, so we’re excited.
To learn more about the latest addition to ESBC, follow this link.
ESBC’s estimated release date window is now late 2022.
Originally, the developers planned to release the eSports Boxing Club in early access by the summer of 2021, but delays have pushed this back even further.
The developers clearly stated in the latest development update that while they are not announcing a launch window, “the next announcement on this topic will be a specific release date.”
Unfortunately, we still haven’t received any concrete information about the game’s launch date.
Steel City recently released another development update revealing some new gameplay footage.
Watch the new gameplay video below:
ESBC on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S comes out.
The initial teaser trailer for Club Boxing eSports has arrived June 23, 2020In the role of the legendary boxer Johnny Nelson.
Another trailer will be released before the show.
Developer Commentary Trailer
The new eSports Boxing Club gameplay trailer is out and the game looks awesome!
The trailer gives us an insight into how the game mechanics will work by implementing the boxers’ real moves in the ring.
The developers are also going through the amazing list that will be in the ESBC.
The eSports Boxing Club has made a big reveal by announcing that reigning and nearly undefeated boxing champion Canelo Alvarez will be joining ESBC.
Alvarez is a major acquisition for the roster, but even more than that, he seems poised as the title’s cover star.
Oshkor stopped short of confirming that specifically, but we have more details on why he’s the face of the ESBC here.
According to The official website of eSports Boxing ClubThe title will feature “Next Generation Legs” with research and input from world champions to create “the most realistic manners and movements.”
We will also see high quality human models thanks to scanning Ten 24.
Check out what Eddie Hall and David Adele look like in the first Alpha Gameplay look.
ESBC has “the most sophisticated feint system” to catch your opponent off guard.
There will be a lot of customization options – mainly around the career mode and throughout the game you can create your own fighter, referees, trainers, men and promoters.
In the case of online multiplayer, there are exhibition games, leaderboards, as well as licensed world championships.
From what we know about the state of the profession, you can manage your fighter’s weight and injuries.
Do you rest and let any negative effects heal? Or get the title of a high-risk shot in a short period of time?
You can unlock certain moves and features as your fighter matures and switch gyms to learn new movesets.
The retirement system means that managing your workload will be imperative to keep fighting.
Did you retire early because of the wars you were in? Or have a long career with a smart fight? Or do you decide to go back?
There are plans from Steel City to introduce a “full story mode” as a post-release update.
The match also includes seven championships, including those under the governing bodies of the WBC, IBF and BBBofC (British Boxing Board of Control).
In addition, in a first for the game – you can become the champion of the eWBC with the physical belt presented by the WBC in the official tournament of the ESBC.
No locations have been confirmed yet, but Steel City Interactive says “real locations from gyms and arenas to outdoor stages from around the world” will be featured.
Perhaps we can see some of the most iconic boxing venues from around the world, including Madison Square Garden, York Hall, MGM Grand and Caesars Palace.
The list of non-combatants includes various boxing coaches, promoters, presenters and men.
BT’s Paul Dempsey, Sky Sports host Jonny Nelson and DAZN’s Todd Grisham will all be in the commentary booth.
Officially licensed boxing gear will also be available, giving you a choice of gloves, shorts and boot options, with Empire Pro Tape already confirmed.
100 boxers confirmed for ESBC
There are now 100 licensed boxers confirmed to the eSports Boxing Club.
Here are some of the names that come into play:
- Sugar Ray Robinson
- Joe Fraser
- Rocky Marciano
- Joe Louis
- Roy Jones Jr
- Alexander Usyk
- Terence Crawford
- Amir Khan
- Alexander Povetkin
- Frank Bruno
- Ricky Hutton
- Eddie Hall (Former World’s Strongest Man)
- Joe Joyce
- George Groves
- Johnny Nelson
- Josh Warrington
- Anthony Crolla
So far, 14 female boxers have been identified, including:
- Claressa Shields
- Seniesa Estrada
- Cris Cyborg
- Jessica McCaskill
- Alicia Napoleon
- Franchon Crews-Desourn
- Chantel Cameron
- Heather Hardy
- Terry Harper
- Natasha Jonas
- Ebony Bridges
- Sophie Alish
- Shannon Courtenay
- Elena Mrdzhenovich
Steel City said they will be “regularly growing” their roster and “a number of legends” will be announced before launch.
Additionally, as part of ESBC’s Seasons model, fighters will continue to be added to the game after release – but this appears to be part of the paid DLC.