EA has announced that the cover athletes have been chosen for Fight Night Round 4. The two athletes on the cover of the game are Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson. EA held voting online to determine which athlete would grace the cover of the game and the final result was that both of the boxers made the cover.
Gamers can fight as Tyson or Ali as well as fight against them. The two are a pair of the all-time greatest boxers. EA says that GameStop is running an exclusive pre-order campaign that gives players early access to the demo game.
The title will ship for the PS3 and for the Xbox 360. The exact availability date is unannounced at this time. “I’m honored to be on the cover of Fight Night Round 4 with Ali. He was a special champ, and I have the highest respect for him as a person and a fighter,” said Tyson. “People always ask me if I think I would have beaten Ali if I had the chance to fight him when we were both in our prime. Now you can figure it out for yourselves. Fight Night puts you right in that ring and gives you the gloves to settle the score.”
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