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Best boxing games for ps4

Fighting games are never off the table, especially forTony Feek. Help Tony come up with the best boxing games that can be played through PS4 by dropping your suggestions below. And if you know some melee combos, please do comment them! 

1.EA SPORTS UFC

Paid: $19.99 with in-app purchases

In this game you will fight your way to glory as you step into the octagon to defeat all your opponents. Train your fighter boosting his or her abilities and watch it improve as you crush whoever dares facing you. 

  •  Luis Alberto Galván

    by Luis Alberto Galván

    I don't really consider this one of the best ps4 boxing games. The graphics of this game lacks polish, the grappling mechanics are also sloppy and som More

  • Walter West

    by Walter West

    Looking for boxing games for PS4 is quite hard since it is limited. Good thing that EA Sports UFC was already created at that time.

2.Punch Club

Paid: $9.99

Punch Club is a boxing game developed by Lazy Bear Games and published by tinyBuild in 2016. This sports game is available on different platforms like Mac, Windows and PlayStation 4. 

  • Peter Cole

    by Peter Cole

    This game is highly addicting! The art style and story is nice. The RPG elements are also nice too. But you don't control the actions of the fight it' More

  • Nathan Sanchez

    by Nathan Sanchez

    Aside from the fighting scenes, I like storylines of this game. Not a typical boxing game.

3.Creed: Rise to Glory

Paid: $29.99

Creed: Rise to Glory is a boxing game developed and published by Survios in 2018. This virtual reality game was based on the Rocky franchise. It is available on Windows, PlayStation VR and PlayStation 4.  

  • Russell Lee

    by Russell Lee

    There are not a lot of boxing games for ps4 but I am really glad that there are some quite decent games like this one. I love its gameplay, really nic More

  • Zachary Richardson

    by Zachary Richardson

    Cool! I enjoyed playing this boxing game with my cousins. 👍

4.EA Sports UFC 3

Paid: $19.99

EA Sports UFC 3 is a sports game developed by EA Canada in 2018 and is the 3rd iteration of the EA Sports UFC series. This fighting game is available on different platforms such as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

  • Tom Tan

    by Tom Tan

    I honestly like this game than the other boxing games on ps4, Gameplay has improved, stamina management is better, damage system is much better. The g More

  •  Marco Antonio Cervantes

    by Marco Antonio Cervantes

    Out of all the UFC series, this is the best for me since it was updated (obviously) and I can still enjoy playing this game on PlayStation 4.

5.EA Sports UFC 2

Paid: $19.99 Check price

EA Sports UFC 2 is a mixed martial art fighting video game developed by EA Canada. This game innovates with stunning character likeness and animation, adds an all-new Knockout Physics System and authentic gameplay features.

  • Andrés Valadez

    by Andrés Valadez

    A great improvement over the first, but still lacks in some areas. Graphics are epic and the full roster is really nice however there are still glitch More

  • Daniel May

    by Daniel May

    This sequel is just fine with me. For a boxing game, I prefer the first one in this series.

6.The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Paid: $49.99

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an adventure role-playing game created by CD Projekt RED. It was released in 2015 as a sequel to The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. In this game, the player controls Geralt, a monster hunter trying to save his daughter.

  • Thomas Roberts

    by Thomas Roberts

    This is not entirely a boxing game but there is a mini-game that you can win using combat, to be honest, i really enjoy playing this one.

DID YOU KNOW?

The earliest form of games were all indie games, in essence? That is because the video game industry did not exist yet back then. There is no exact definition of what an indie game is. We can make some inference based on the current state of mainstream games though. It is not unusual for many companies to get involved in the production and distribution of a new game. One company could be in charge of game design. Another, for the production of it and another yet to distribute it in the market. Based on these facts, we can then make some key observations and comparisons with indie games. Indie games will involve a much smaller group of people. From the development to marketing and distribution, it all falls under 1 or 2 companies.

Those numbers will soon swell and would make up what we know as the gaming industry today. Game developers and publishing companies were soon established. There are even instances that they are one and the same or part of a larger parent organization. These days, regardless of what platform you're on, you'll have access to some great games. PC gaming is an interesting space due to how flexible performance can be. The better your hardware, the better your games will run. That's not to say that gaming on consoles is worse. In fact, consoles usually have better games due to exclusive game licensing deals. A great example of this would be the PlayStation 4 (or PS4) with its library of exclusive games. Its games range from RPGs, shooters, and even sports games like PS4 boxing games. Games are aplenty and you'll never run out of things to play.

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