"The Wait is Finally Over," reads the tweet, which you can see below. "Tune in tomorrow."
Along with the text, EA posted an image featuring the EA Sports UFC logo and a number 2 inside an octagon — the shape of the UFC ring. The image also includes tomorrow's date, Nov. 10, so expect further details then.
The first EA Sports UFC was developed at EA Canada by much of the same team behind EA's Fight Night series of boxing games, and was released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in June 2014 to lukewarm reviews. But the studio won praise for delivering numerous post-launch updates throughout the rest of the year, fixing glitches and other problems while adding new content to the game.
EA Canada also made a free-to-play mobile version of EA Sports UFC, which launched on Android and iOS this past April. The studio was offering updates to players as recently as last month, in the form of live events.
Asked for more details on EA Sports UFC 2, a representative for EA Sports declined comment to Polygon. For more on EA Sports UFC, you can read our original review.
The Wait is Finally Over! Tune in tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/r8fQnsEWZg— EA SPORTS UFC (@EASPORTSUFC) November 9, 2015