Electronic Arts have added a new awesome update for UFC 4 as players can get some legendary fighters in the Prime Icons Update. The technical term for it is Patch 4.13.00, which has updated a few aspects of the game, which you can read the notes for those parts here. But the main focus of this is that you're getting some retired fighters to mix it up with the current names of the octagon. Some of those names include Georges St-Pierre, Anderson Silva, Michael Bisping, and Khabib Nurmagomedov. We have the full list of additions for you below.
Plus, every player who logs in to UFC 4 from November 4-30 will snag a Prime Icon Customization pack for their account. The pack includes vanity items and more to help you personalize your UFC 4 experience and honor these iconic fighters.
The Brazilian former middleweight champion still holds the record for the longest title reign in UFC history, a record unlikely to be broken anytime soon. Notable for his striking prowess, Silva currently holds many of UFC's striking records.
The Dutch heavyweight fighter has had major success across MMA, earning titles and recognition all over the world for his diverse skill set and longevity in the sport.
The recently-retired Russian fighter is the longest-reigning UFC Lightweight Champion, and ended his UFC career in 2020 with 29 wins and zero losses.
A former UFC Women's Strawweight Champion with success across sports, Jędrzejczyk is a highly-skilled kickboxer that hits opponents with a bombardment of exact and calculated strikes
Possibly the best Welterweight UFC fighter of all time, St-Pierre also became one of the few fighters to win titles across divisions when he also earned a Middleweight UFC title in 2017.
The first British fighter to not only enter UFC, but also to win a UFC championship. Bisping's legendary career earned him a spot in the UFC Hall of Fame in 2019.