Esports Boxing Club will be launching in early access on PC this year.
The hyper-realistic boxing simulator Esports Boxing Club will be launching into early access on PC this year as revealed at the Future Games Show Powered by WD BLACK. The game, developed by Ten24 Media, boasts over 200 featured fighters available from its impressive roster.
These fighters come under their official weight classes such as flyweight, featherweight, middleweight, legends, and a women’s division as well. Some of the fighters showcased in the official trailer include fighters from the past such as Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, and Julio Cesar Chavez, Sr. For the fighters currently in the boxing scene, Canelo Alvarez, Terence Crawford, and Vasyl Lomachenko are in the game, alongside Katie Taylor, Claressa Shields, and Heather Hardy, and more from the women’s division.
Josh Taylor, a UK boxer in the super lightweight class will be in the game, and the video teases how his body was captured using numerous cameras to map out his face and present it in the most realistic way in eSports Boxing Club. There’s also a still that shows some of the facial deformation graphics, with Taylor’s eyebrow having split and swelled.
Esports Boxing Club had some gameplay systems showcased, with the studio head, Ash Habib saying that the movement system is “all about fluidity” and “recreating mannerisms from boxers.” There’s also a physics system that “doesn’t just rely on animation” but instead allows the characters to recreate realistic