If you’re preparing to step into the Octagon with EA Sports UFC 3, and don’t just want to harness the power of the usual fighters, then today’s downloadable content addition should be just what you are after. The father of MMA is here – it’s Bruce Lee time!

Available for purchase right now are a number of Bruce Lee add-on packs for EA Sports UFC 3. With a full bundle covering all the Bantamweight, Featherweight, Lightweight and Welterweight classes, and individual purchases of each class ready for action as well, the whole Bruce Lee hype is ready to roll.

This DLC is obviously timed perfectly – what with UFC 3 hitting the EA Access trial route from the 25th Jan – and should give any fighter worth their salt a chance to get to grips with the mechanics and know-how prior to the full release of the game come 2nd Feb.

A price of £4.79 for the full 4-class pack, and £1.59 for each individual weight is quite tempting too. I mean, how often do you get to utilise the skills of the greatest fighter to have graced this earth? The pull of the usual EA Access 10% discount is great as well. If you’d prefer to save your cash and still get a bit of Lee action, then owning a copy of EA Sports UFC or EA Sports UFC 2 will automagically see the legend arrive in UFC 3. Alternatively, beating the career mode will also see him unlocked.

Should you wish to enjoy the power of Bruce Lee, and are planning on picking up EA Sports UFC 3 on launch – and are happy to pay the cash – then make sure you head to the Microsoft Store and get in on a download.

DLC Description:

Are you ready to step into the Octagon with the most iconic Martial Artist of all time? Fight with the Father of Mixed Martial Arts, Bruce Lee! Fight with the legend across the Bantamweight, Featherweight, Lightweight and Welterweight classes and test his legacy against the best of the best in today’s UFC.

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4 years ago

Really disappointing to see this being pushed as paid DLC given you can unlock Bruce Lee via completion of the G.O.A.T challenges in career mode without paying for anything. EA releasing this early means there’s likely to be some poor soul who didn’t know and has pretty much wasted money.