Real Boxing™ brings you the most exhilarating, no holds barred boxing experience ever seen on Steam. Featuring ultra-realistic motion capture from real boxers, with amazing graphics built using the powerful Unreal Engine, you’ll be sure to feel every hook, jab, and uppercut.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (196 reviews)
Release Date: Jul 2, 2014
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Lace up your boots and grab your gloves, Real Boxing™ punches its way to PC!

Real Boxing™ brings you the most exhilarating, no holds barred boxing experience ever seen on Steam. Featuring ultra-realistic motion capture from real boxers, with amazing graphics built using the powerful Unreal Engine, you’ll be sure to feel every hook, jab, and uppercut. Train your fully customizable boxer and seek glory in career mode, or duke it out with other players in a deep and satisfying local and online multiplayer modes. Whether on a keyboard, or using a controller, Real Boxing plays just as great as it looks, delivering the ultimate boxing experience on Steam. Download Real Boxing Today!

Compete in a comprehensive career mode with three belt titles to conquer, Battle over 20 opponents, each with their own unique and adaptive fighting style. Then train your boxer using skipping rope, heavy bag and speed bag mini-games to bring your fighter up to scratch and learn new perks to boost your boxer’s abilities. Combined with a huge variety of customisation options, becoming your own boxer has never been easier.

Take your skills to the next level and enjoy hundreds of hours more gameplay in the feature-packed online multiplayer, or duke it out with your friends locally, on a single-screen, in your own prizefight. Bet virtual currency on your fights and climb the Steam Leaderboards to rise in the rankings and truly become the world champion.

Unlock new equipment, extra opponents and customized clothing, as you progress in the boxing world. Tailor your fighter’s appearance to your liking, including hairstyle, skin color, tattoos and gear. Fight across four distinctive arenas: Las Vegas, Moscow’s Red Square, Rome Colosseum, and New York.

Real Boxing harnesses the immense power of the Unreal Engine to bring you a great looking and sounding game, and create astonishing levels of atmosphere and realism. See and hear the crowd go crazy as you outbox your opponent. Watch sweat and blood fly with every punch and see your opponent’s face take injuries - then relish the slow-motion replay of your greatest KO’s.

Play and earn Steam Achievements and Ring Girl Steam Trading Cards for your hard work on the ring. Unlock Steam exclusive gear for your boxers and fight your opponents in style.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: AMD Athlon 64 Processor 3800+ 2.4Ghz / Intel Core2Duo 2.0Ghz Processor
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA 9800GT 512MB / ATI Radeon HD 4850 512MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: 100% DirectX 9.0C compliant sound card or onboard sound
Helpful customer reviews
8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
31.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 30
A really good game, definitely worth the full price and in the halloween sale 75% off its definitely worth picking up. Decent online function however you are sort of forced into completing the single player mode first before going online because there is no specific matchmaking and it will just throw you in with someone who has full stats.

Very good for a PC boxing game and if you like fighting games i would reccomend it.
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8 of 11 people (73%) found this review helpful
3.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 6
I will admit it is very nice to see some sports games on Steam, and while I wasn't expecting a whole lot (I paid a whole 3 bucks for the game) I started off really enjoying the experiance but that turned quickly.

First, it does look like a nice game. I ran it at full everything and it never saw a chug or hiccup. The lighting was done well and you felt like you were actually boxing. Fighting in Russia saw snowflakes and in Vegas tonnes of flashing lights.

It's the little things that get to you after grinding the career mode. Firstly, it's a grind. If you win the first belt quickly you will need to replay the same tournement a few more times to earn the credits to level up your character to stand a chance in the later stages. But by the time you've done that the game's terrible AI flaws are very apparent and you won't need half the stats.

Start with a block, jab until your stamina is gone. Block and repeat. You have no actual need for uppercuts/crosses at all. No matter when you knock someone down, you get the same animation as they teleport to the middle of the ring and all replays have what I can figure as sneaker shoe sounds. This is boxing, not basketball.

But the MAJOR gripe I have. In BOXING you knock an opponent down 3 times... TKO. Real Boxing doesn't have that. I knocked one guy down 5 times in ONE ROUND...... That alone makes me not want to recommend the game. They spent more times working on the giggle of the breasts of the ring girl then googling how Boxing is done.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 1
This game may not be "Fight Night" but it is a very solid boxing game. The controls are realistic, you get tired if you throw too many punches without landing or dodge too many punches. If you just hold block, your block can be broken by opponents punching you a few times in a row. You get to train up your stats by training minigames. The punch controls are nice, hooks, jabs, body punches, uppers, etc all feel good. Graphics are not bad at all at this price range, turn them up to max and they actually ook good. Itys a very fun boxing game for any fan of this sport. Good job and a steal at the price I got it at (halloween sale under 3 bucks).
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 3
One of the better $10 games on steam. I have a few minor gripes with it (Such as not being able to name your character and customize their appearance despite the fact that the names are not said at any point in the game.) but other than that it's a solid boxing game and definetly worth the price.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 15
Fun little game. obviously nowhere near a fight night. If you see it on sale and like boxing pick it up. Wish there was a little more customization. Was able to win the title in about 3 hours, but i enjoyed every minute of it. And on the plus size, everytime you knock someone out, it looks like you killed them.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 31
More a brawler than a boxing sim, this is no Fight Night, but given the woeful lack of PC boxing games, I'll take it. My only real fault with the game is it's clunky as crap sometimes. You can dodge an incoming punch, but the movement is sometimes too clunky for you to move in and counter in time. Fight Night (my favourite boxing game franchise, so naturally my go-to comparison, I make no apologies) offered very fluid controls, this feels much heavier and .. well just heavy, and I felt like I was moving on a grid (like the original tomb raider, you know what I mean), it really broke immersion and I never felt I was fully in control of my guy.
That said, very satisfying to KO folk. It's interesting though, the fewer rounds you set it to play as, the more damage you'll do. My first match I set to 15 rounds, and I ended up going the distance without getting the opponent's health bar down halfway. Set it to three hours, however, and you'll get two KOs per round easily. For the best balance of realism and arcade brawler I guess go with ten rounds.
Minigames to level up your boxer are repetitive but more difficulty is added to these too as you go through the escalating boxing tournaments, which was a pleasant surprise that caught me off-guard. Sadly, these involve not just the buttons but the analogue sticks, and I often screwed up because I find it difficult to judge an angle to aim the stick at, so when it wanted the right stick to go up to the right at 45 degrees, I often missed it by going too far 90 degrees, or vice versa, which was frustrating and felt like a cheap fail.
In lieu of more polished boxing sim alternatives this will serve well enough, but it could use a bit of polish. More variety in unlocks wouldn't go amiss either, the gear and especially the hair and stuff is far too limited, and you stand a good chance of fighting a clone of yourself, which is amusing but kinda weird :P
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
11.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 26
Great game wish it had more customizing or mods were allowd possibly a SDK made for it? For teh game now its great and i ma having fun but no one is playing it wonder why. So as I sit here find my self playing this gam casue its great. Like I say could use an SDK or even mod tools to allow us to mod the game but other than the game is great.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 15
"♥♥♥♥ around and catch a left and a right fist."

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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 4
The best game ever. Althought the game physics are quite off sometimes the game is extremely enjoyable.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 15
Awesome game.
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 7
For the people bashing the only boxing game I can find on steam besides some arcade one about beasts... cut it some slack. Do your homework before you buy as this is not a triple A title being sold by EA.

Is there anything wrong with this game? No there isn't. Graphics are as good as they come and do not interfere with game play. The game play itself is relatively simple and sort of copies the usual boxing controls we're used to. The right stick just tapping it up initiates a jab, going top left or left initiates a hook, and going bottom right (and forward) initiates an uppercut. The punching system sort of feels arcade-ish to a point but has it's moments of simulation. Regardless, the impact system is rewarding and it's nice seeing an opponent go down after countering a punch, putting a few combos together and finishing with a nice hook. The movement system is a bit unfamiliar however the dodging system is again rewarding. The time slows down, your stamina rises, and your fighters ready to deliver a blow given you tell him to.

I like this game. This isn't fight night as many other reviewers are saying but there is enough depth in this game to keep one busy. Train your fighter, make him fight in tournaments, single bouts, make money, spend it at the gym or on your appearance.

For what it is, I'd give it a 7.6/10.
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3 of 7 people (43%) found this review helpful
8.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 10
Not sure how long ive been playing this game but trust me dont buy this lazy cash grab mobil port. the online is a joke, there is 0 anti cheat and every one does cheat every thing from lag switching to speed hacking (in boxing thats just wow it makes you god ok) do your self a favor and the entire gaming industry and send a message by not paying money for this game. pirate it if you want to see how bad it is yes im advocating piracy because this dev does not deserve a dime for this half ♥♥♥ lazy rip off of a game.
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1 of 5 people (20%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 2
Somewhat unresponsive controls - feels like an old PS2 game - but not in a good way - dont get me wrong its not terrible, but im glad i didnt spend any more than 1.99 on it
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0 of 3 people (0%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 1
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0 of 4 people (0%) found this review helpful
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 3
This game was originally designed for mobile devices such as android phones.
that explain the bad graphics.
it is not a real boxing tbh, its more like a button smasher.
the game is short and dull, and a few hours to it you can beat the game.
one stupid idea for a game, it was designed as a free-to-play game on android market so people had to buy credits to advance a tad in the game..
i do not recommend it, £6.99 is too much for this horrible mobile port, even free is expensive!
i have had some technical issues with it too like the game freezing suddenly in a middle of a fight.
avoid this game.
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0.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 13
Only played a little but seems decent. Nothing too serious or for those expecting another "Fight Night" but it is a lower budget game good for time wasting.

One question I have is, well, is there a way I have not found to give my fighter an original name ? I want to make my own fighter.. not just one of their basic presets.

All in all, if ya just want a time killer, I say go for it.
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98 of 136 people (72%) found this review helpful
7.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 2
Do not be put off by all the negative reviews comparing this game to Electronic Art's Fight Night series of games. Fight Night is a AAA Sports title created by a developer who has a long history of developing boxing games, and it costed 6-times as much as this game. Of course Fight night going to be better, but that does not mean Real Boxing is not an enjoyable game worth it's $10 price tag.

Real Boxing Is more arcade than simulation, and there is not a lot of depth, but the action is fast paced and the multiplayer mode should be entertaining for hardcore boxing fans, at least in short spurts. The single player career mode is basic, and there are not all that many different characters to fight against, but the mode exists. There are options for editing the appearance of your boxer, but you do not seem to be able to edit your boxer's name, which is a little bit annoying.
Aside from that, there are also the standard training mini games that you would expect to see in a boxing game. These mini games require you to press the right-stick in a certain direction in time with the on-screen cues. As you might guess the mini games become repetitive very quickly (but so did the mini games in fight Night).

The in-ring boxing action is not very simulation-like, but it's not exactly the mindless button-masher other reviews make it out to be. You can throw all the punches you would expect (using either an anolog stick or the buttons) but there is no option for using dirty tactics such as headbutts or low blows. You can grab and clinch your opponent, but only when your energy drops below a certain level. Blocking is done with a single button, and it automatically blocks head or body shots as needed. You can also use a perfectly timed press of the block button to slip an opponents punch, creating a slow-motion effect allowing you an extra moment to throw a counter punch. There is no bobbing/weaving. There is no way to take a knee if your getting pummled, and there is no option for switching from orthodox to southpaw stance.


- Fast paced action with easy to pick-up controls
- Decent looking graphics and presentation for a budget title
- Online multiplayer boxing matches
- Commentary is repetitive but sounds good for an arcade boxing experience
- it's the only (somewhat realistic) boxing game on Steam


- Boxer movement/footwork is not very smooth
- Small roster of characters - No real world boxers
- Short/uninspired single-player career mode
- No matchmaking options for the online multiplayer mode

The bottom line is that it's not exactly a great game, but it's the best boxing game I have on my PC. The game will not have much appeal for most gamers, but hardcore boxing fans will probably find it fun being able to swap leather with other players now and then. It's not Fight Night Champion, but it's actually better than I had expected it to be.
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35 of 43 people (81%) found this review helpful
9.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 5
REAL BOXING- This may not be Fight Night but let's face it, EA Sports has all but abandoned the PC player with no sport titles except FIFA, what about Madden, NHL and Fight Night for PC, oh well.. I have this boxing game (REAL BOXING) on my iphone and I enjoy it, here on the PC version they have removed the micro transactions and given you the ability to move around the ring which is something that feels added because that part of the game just seems a little sluggish, there are no Muhammad Ali dancing masters here just flat footed Rocky Balboa type club fighters. But I have to say this is the best "PC" boxing game I have ever played and will gladly support it in hopes we get more Boxing games on PC. The graphics are good, the game supports both keyboard and controller inputs, I like that you can adjust the number of rounds and length of rounds. There is a quick fight or a career mode, in career mode you can customize and train your fighter to improve his attributes, (although you cannot rename them* UPDATE- The Devs say you can rename the fighter when you create them, click in the box with the name and retype the one you want), there is also multiplayer which is nice and I look forward to. I do not care too much for the in game music or the lame commentator, however the punch sound effects are decent. I would like to point out that although the Ring Card Girls do seem to have nice physics for their breasts the game really could work on Presentation and Fighter Damage. I would really like to see the DEVs work on and add various cuts, fighter fatigue, some swelling, better footwork, corner men working on fighters between rounds, camera men outside the ring, better fight commentary, a in the ring referee, and ability to change fighter name and face. I will say that I did have a great 12 round fight last night that was very close, I knew this going into the last round and was worried, I did win on points! I am really hoping that the DEV Team continue to update this game, there is some great potential here and a wide open market for it, now if we could only get someone to make good hockey game! So if you are on the fence I would say get it, it's your best PC option for boxing right now and a decent game for the price. This game screams for the STEAM Work Shop- let the modders go wild and shut EA down!
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27 of 33 people (82%) found this review helpful
9.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 3
For a mobile port this is pretty good actually.
has these settings every graphical feature nearly.
AA up to 4xMSAA with 2xbelow that and High/Low FXAA
AF up to 16x
Vsync on/off
FX on/off
Shadow Quality L/M/H
Game Details L/M/H

gamepad works good. has either face button striking or right stick striking. the movement is a little janky but its not gamebreaking unless you are a bit nitpicky.
its obviously not going to be as good as FIght Night but like i said for a port of a mobile game it is surprisingly well done.

i think a lot of reviews are beating the game up cause its not a AAA 60$ chocked full of content game but thats really an unfair expectation when this game is 10 bucks reg price and 7.99 on initial release. for the price its worth it and plenty of fun.

besides isnt this the only boxing and or fighting game on steam or even PC that isnt either drawn with crayon or full of superpowers. not sayng its great just cause its one of a kind but untill PC gaming gets a real AAA boxing or MMA fighting game you wont find anything better than this for what it does.
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49 of 72 people (68%) found this review helpful
23.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 3
Great game but need updates... at final 1 boxing game for pc
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