How to Create a Boxer Using the Photo Game Face Tool
By John Johnston
Updated September 22, 2017
When playing the "Fight Night Champion" boxing game developed by EA Sports, you can use the EA's Gamer Face program to create a face to place on a boxer. This works by taking a photo of yourself and transferring it into a game face using the application on the EA Sports website. This image can then be downloaded onto your EA Sport's boxing game and applied to the face of your created character.
Open up your Internet browser. Click on the address bar and enter the address for "EA Sports: Game Face"
Click on the "Login" button on the top, right corner of the screen. Enter your email address and password and click on "Login." If you do not have an account, click on the "Register." button. Enter your name, date of birth, email address and password for the account. Click on the "Submit" button to create the account.
Return to the game face home page and select the "Let's Get Started" button. This will load the game face program.
Select the "Create" button. Choose a photo of yourself on your computer you can use to create the game face. Move the markers over your face that pinpoint key areas, such as the eyes, ears, chin and lips. Click on the "Create" button to create the game face. This can take anything up to 20 minutes to complete.
Click on the "Save" button to save your created game face and the photo you used to create the game face.
Load up the "Fight Night Champion" game on your console.
Select the "Boxer Share" option from the main menu and then select "Create a Boxer." Select the "Download Photo" option.
Select the image you used to create the game face on the EA Sports website. Move the markers over the key areas again and select "Advance." This will now apply the game face to the created boxer on the game.
John Johnston began writing in 2006 for article sites such as SN&CK Media, and has a large wealth of experience in writing automotive repair and electronics articles. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in sports journalism from the University of Central Lancashire.