Xbox reveal: New UFC video game news expected following unveiling of next-gen system from Microsoft

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Today (May 21, 2013) is a big day for gamers.

Microsoft is expected to unveil its next generation video game console, known around the water cooler as the "Xbox 720," at a special gathering titled "A New Generation Revealed," from the Xbox campus in Redmond, Washington.

Watch a live online video stream of today's Xbox announcement today at 1 p.m. ET by clicking here.

Mixed martial arts (MMA) fans may want to take note, according to Joystiq, as the company is expected to touch on the status of the latest Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) video game, developed by EA Sports. While gamers are unlikely to see their favorite fighters on the Xbox in 2013, it will be interesting to see what's in store for the latest and greatest console.

It's been far too long.

UFC's "Undisputed" video games were previously housed under the THQ banner; however, the dissolution of the former video game giant left the world's top MMA brand up for grabs and EA saw an opportunity to strike while the iron was hot.

Now it's a question of not if, but when.

Stay tuned!

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