The upcoming release of UFC 5 has generated a lot of anticipation among gamers and fans of the sport. However, one particular aspect of the game has caused a stir among the community – the character design for Max Holloway. Fans have likened the character’s appearance to a crossover between a caveman and a cartoon, leading to mixed reactions.
The leaked image of Max Holloway’s character showcases several inaccuracies, from his tattoos to his face. Fans have sarcastically pointed out that the character and the real Holloway look “virtually identical.” This isn’t the first time a video game has faced criticism for the inaccurate portrayal of a personality, and it certainly won’t be the last.
Max Holloway himself has reacted to the fans’ comments, appearing confused about how to respond. He can’t help but laugh while crying, seemingly acknowledging the hilarity of the situation. It’s clear that Holloway has taken the criticism in stride and has a sense of humor about the whole ordeal.
Despite the mixed reactions to the character design, excitement for UFC 5 remains high. The game, set to be released on October 27, is expected to be a vast improvement from its predecessors. Fans have been eagerly anticipating its release for three years, and they hope that any issues with character designs are just isolated incidents.
In addition to Max Holloway, UFC 5 will also feature boxing icons such as Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson fighting inside the octagon. The standard edition will have Alexander Volkanovski and Valentina Shevchenko on the cover, while the Deluxe Edition will feature ‘The Last Stylebender’ Israel Adesanya. This star-studded lineup has further fueled the excitement for the game.
It remains to be seen how Max Holloway truly feels about his character’s design in UFC 5. As fans eagerly await the release of the game, they hope that the developers have addressed any concerns and that Holloway’s character will accurately represent the talented fighter. Only time will tell if UFC 5 lives up to its promise of delivering a true-to-life, realistic experience for fans.