Forgot your username or password? ItsVinceRusso ItsVinceRusso 6 months ago 1 The difficulty of career isn't going to depend so much on the difficulty setting you choose, but the style of fighter you create. Submission artists have it super easy. There's nothing the AI can do about getting locked in a level 5 submission by a guy with Submission Offense, and oftentimes they will just shoot double legs like a dumbass and give you free chokes.
Wrestlers are middling difficulty. You can win with your ground and pound easily if you get the transition block timing down, but you risk getting caught in a level 5 submission or getting reversed and having your face pounded in. Strikers have it the most difficult by far.
The judges also love screwing you over if you don't get the knockout. My striking strategy is to work the jab in the first half of the fight, closing the distance and dodging to make the AI miss and sap their stamina. Then I start to work in hooks and uppercuts and go for the knockout in the second half of the fight. But even then, my success rate is middling. There are many ways you can build your fighter and be successful.
Try to get as many performance of the night bonuses early on while the opponents are easy so you can get the extra cash and unlock a high level gym early in your career.
Fast submissions are easy POTN bonuses, and until you break into the top 15 you can pull them off even with a subpar submission skill. Then when I get to the top 15, and about mid-nineties in my specialty, I stop promoting almost completely except to fulfill the contract goals. I focus on training my weak stats and learning new moves and perks. As we mentioned in our review of UFC 3, kicks have been heavily tweaked this time around making them a lot more cumbersome, yet just as dangerous if used correctly.
But higher, slower kicks should be used as part of a larger combo or as a surprise strike. Knees are also a powerful target, which are great in the clinch or when defending against a telegraphed shoot. Every takedown or clinch can be escaped, you just need to accept you're going to take a few clean strikes to the head or torso to get there. One of the newest changes UFC 3 brings to the table is the way your head movement is now controlled by the right analog stick. This is where Solo Challenges come into play.
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