eSports Boxing Club Releases Terence “Bud” Crawford & Gameplay Reveal


For the first time in a long time, we received actual gameplay footage for eSports Boxing Club. This time it stars Terence “Bud” Crawford.

Here we have the video which showcases the gameplay and mechanics which we can’t wait to check out soon.

Let’s take a look at the latest from eSports Boxing Club.

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eSports Boxing Club has another video for us to watch with Terence Crawford and the commentary helps explain the mechanics.

The game itself feels pretty smooth and it’s nice to see it progressing as well. Hopefully an official release date will be announced soon.

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One thing that stood out other than the gameplay was the different camera angles and shots we received via this eSports Boxing Club video.

Although it’s only Alpha Footage, the motion looks pretty smooth. Of course, by the time the game comes out, it should be much better.

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Along with the gameplay video, ESBC released the first images featuring Terance Crawford after his lookalike analysis.

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HERE HE COMES: Get ready to hit the ring with Crawford, hopefully soon

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Let’s take a look at one of the game’s latest revelations, a boxing legend you can take to the ring with.

Sugar Ray Robinson in eSports Boxing Club

We all know the eSports boxing club is incredibly big, however, we only recently got our first glimpse of Sugar Ray Robinson in the game.

Robinson is considered by many to be the best pound-for-pound boxer the world has ever seen. Find out what it looks like in ESBC.

Throughout his boxing career, Robinson was a six-time world champion: once as a welterweight (147 pounds), from 1946 to 1951, and five times as a middleweight (160 pounds).

For more on Robinson’s addition to the eSports Boxing Club, follow this link.


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